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by Angie Daniels

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

2004 Best Multicultural Novel Nominee

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Home for the holidays, Army Captain Mark Saunders is given the greatest present
of all when he finds out he
has a young son. When he
left Essence Monroe—partly because he feared his feelings for her and partly because of another military assignment—he had no idea
she was carrying his child.

Now that he's back he intends to make sure both Essence and his son are part of his life. With a strong sense of honor, Mark believes in family and will use any means necessary to accomplish this task. But he never counted on fall-ing more deeply in love with Essence this
time around.

Each new Daniels romance is a true joy. She has a knack for bringing to the forefront heroines that are sassy and independent but retain their femininity. The passion that burns between Essence and Mark is sizzling. Smoothly written, this novel is highly recommended. (Apr., 291 pp., $9.95)

Reviewed By: T.L. Burton

Publisher: Genesis

Published: April 2004

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