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HOPE'S CHILD
by Helen R. Myers

Genre: Series, Silhouette Special Edition, Current Series Imprints

2010 Silhouette Special Edition Nominee

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HOPE'S CHILD (4.5) by Helen R. Myers: After the death of her fiance, Hope Alessandro Harrell puts a proposal before her good friend, police chief Lyon Teague. She wants him to marry her in order to protect her soon-to-be-born child from her ruthless father and the greedy hands of her late fiance's family. In return, she can help salvage his reputation, which has been unfairly tainted. Lyon accepts; he has deep feelings for Hope and always has. Though they enter a marriage of convenience, it is far from so, as their true feelings surface. Good storytelling, genuine, endearing characters with real troubles and a tender story about true love make this one not to pass up.

Reviewed By: Melanie Bates

Publisher: SILHOUETTE

Published: May 2010

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