Book Reviews of Child of Mine (Loving Dangerously) (Harlequin Superromance, No 782)

Child of Mine (Loving Dangerously) (Harlequin Superromance, No 782)
Child of Mine - Loving Dangerously - Harlequin Superromance, No 782
Author: Lynn Erickson
ISBN-13: 9780373707829
ISBN-10: 0373707827
Publication Date: 3/1/1998
Pages: 297
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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When your child is missing, there are no words of comfort. When your ex-husband is the cop called in on the case, there's no way to escape the past. When the kidnapper is the birth mother, the sense of devastation is complete. Can Lena and Mike put aside their differences long enough to save their child?
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Lena, a feisty hard-working single mom, toiled to support herself and her daughter, Kimmy, a situation, many readers--women and men can relate to. Lena divorced her husband, Mike because of his love affair with booze. On the second or third page, the story takes off when Lena receives a call saying that Kimmy has been kidnapped. Naturally, the news unravels Lena. Her anxiety is so authentic, I can hear her heart frantically beating, see the sweat on her face. The crisis reunites Lena and Mike. Together, they search for their abducted child. and gradually realize they have some unfinished business between them. Will they reunite? Not if, Mike's girlfriend Jennifer, a hot-to-trot aerobic's instructor has anything to say about it.
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Lena, a feisty hard-working single mom, toiled to support herself and her daughter, Kimmy, a situation, many readers--women and men can relate to. Lena divorced her husband, Mike because of his love affair with booze. On the second or third page, the story takes off when Lena receives a call saying that Kimmy has been kidnapped. Naturally, the news unravels Lena. Her anxiety is so authentic, I can hear her heart frantically beating, see the sweat on her face. The crisis reunites Lena and Mike. Together, they search for their abducted child. and gradually realize they have some unfinished business between them. Will they reunite? Not if, Mike's girlfriend Jennifer, a hot-to-trot aerobic's instructor has anything to say about it. The story's pace is brisk, the characters and the situations completely believable