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THE GIRL MOST LIKELY TO ...
by Susan Donovan

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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A wonderfully convoluted tale of love lost and found, secret pregnancies and spousal abuse, Donovan's latest shows us the healing power of forgiveness and the strength found in the love of family. It's peopled with complex characters who learn much about themselves and those they love through the course of this compelling story.

Twenty years previously, Kat Cavanaugh found out she was pregnant, was dropped by her boyfriend and sent away by her mother. Now back home, her plans to tell her son's father about him hit a major glitch when she discovers he already knows.

Riley Bohland has never stopped loving Kat, but finding out about the son she kept from him makes it hard to forgive her. They're on their way to a reconciliation when Riley's ex-fiancee throws a spanner in the works. But Riley isn't about to give up this second chance at happiness -- even when Kat has more surprising revelations about her life that Riley must come to terms with before they can find a happily-ever-after. (ST. MARTIN'S, Jan., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: ST. MARTIN'S

Published: January 2009

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