Book Reviews of A Daughter's Place (Harlequin Superromance, No 956)

A Daughter's Place (Harlequin Superromance, No 956)
A Daughter's Place - Harlequin Superromance, No 956
Author: C. J. Carmichael
ISBN-13: 9780373709564
ISBN-10: 0373709560
Publication Date: 12/1/2000
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed A Daughter's Place (Harlequin Superromance, No 956) on + 40 more book reviews
Home is where the farm is...

Libby Bateson was seventeen and pregnant when her father kicked her off the farm. She never intended to go back. But now she and her daughter need a place to stay.

So for the few months it'll take to get her life together, she'll ignore her father's unremitting antagonism, ignore the smalltown gossips counting back on their fingers, trying to figure out her daughter's age. Whatever she has to do, Libby is determined that none of them will know the truth behind her little girl's conception.

Especially not Gibson Browning. He lives next door and wants to be her friend, yet they both sense the feelings between them go way too deep for that. Gibson's love of the land ties him to the farming community of Chatsworth, the one place Libby can never stay.

Not when the man she fears most still lives there...
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I loved this book. I became a single parent when I was a teenager, and went through some of the same things this girl did. This book was really good.
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Libby Bateson was seventeen and pregnant when her father kicked her off the farm. She never intended to go back. But now she and her daughter need a place to stay. So for the few months it'll take to get her life together, she'll ignore her father's unremitting antagonism, ignore the smalltown gossips counting back on their fingers, trying to figure out her daughter's age. Whatever she has to do, Libby is determined that none of them will know the truth behind her little girl's conception. Especially not Gibson Browning. He lives next door and wants to be her friend, yet they both sense the feelings between them go way too deep for that. Gibson's love of the land ties him to the farming community of Chatsworth, the one place Libby can never stay. Not when the man she fears most still lives there...
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This was a good wholesome book. Based on a girl that isn't accepted by her father. I found it very good, and it kept me interested all the way through. It's a great love and family book.
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Swearing never to return, back to the farm she goes, toting a young daughter along. Can she commit to the man next door when she fears this place the most...