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For My Daughter: Soul Kitchen / The Mirror Adds Ten Pounds / Mother Knows Best
For My Daughter Soul Kitchen / The Mirror Adds Ten Pounds / Mother Knows Best
Author: Jan Freed, Janice Kay Johnson, Margot Early
Celebrate Mother's Day with FOR MY DAUGHTER.  Three wonderful romances that celebrate the joy of motherhood and the special relationship mothers have with their daughters. — Like mother, like daughter... or not? — SOUL KITCHEN by Margot Early — Oh, the embarrassment of being thirty-one yers old and having ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780373833573
ISBN-10: 0373833571
Publication Date: 5/1/1998
Pages: 376
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Soul Kitchen by Margot Early:

Oh, the embarrassment of being thirty-one years old and having a mother who's still stuck in the sixties! Dany Wilde wants to escape everything Jenny represents. But Gabe Lucero, Dany's childhood friend, has always seen her eccentric mother as a true original, a woman of warmth and strength. With his encouragement, Dany finally sees it, too. And she begins to see Gabe himself in a different light - not as a friend but as a lover...

The Mirror Adds Ten Pounds by Jan Freed:

Lindsey Howard is marrying Adam Sullivan in less than a month - and all she seems to do is fight with her family in fitting rooms. Wedding preparations bring out the worst in everyone: Lindsey's thirteen-year-old daughter is doing her best to ruin the wedding, while her mother's trying to organize it by the book (every book ever written on the subject). Lindsey even ends up fighting with Adam. In a fitting room... where else?

Mother Knows Best by Janice Kay Johnson:

Mother: The Next generation. That's the one thing Rosalind Kirk wants to avoid - turing into her mother. So when Margaret Kirk presumes to "choose" a husband for her daughter, Rosalind has to reject him... even if Craig Morrow is exactly the man she's been looking for!


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