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Family Tree (Harlequin American Romance, No 836)
Family Tree - Harlequin American Romance, No 836
Author: Carol Grace
ISBN-13: 9780373168361
ISBN-10: 0373168365
Publication Date: 7/1/2000
Pages: 256
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Home sweet home

When struggling single mom Laura McIntyre sold her ranch and moved to town, she thought it would be a fresh start. But then her precious son, Dylan, kept returning to his beloved tree house like a homing pigeon-and ruffling the handsome new owner's feathers in his brand-new roost!

Brandon Marsh had thought he'd purchased a parcel of solitude-not a place besieged by a stubborn little boy. And though the brooding bachelor was determined to be left alone, young Dylan began digging a toehold in his granite heart-and so did the boy's pretty mom! Suddenly Brandon was promising to strengthen the tree house's foundation Could he be thinking the ranch was built for at least a family of three?
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When struggling single mom Laura McIntyre sold her ranch and moved to town, she thought it would be a fresh start. But then her precocious son, Dylan, kept returning to his beloved tree house like a homing pigeon - and ruffling the handsome new owner's feathers in his brand-new roost!

Brandon Marsh had thought he'd purchased a parcel of solitude - not a place besieged by a stubborn little boy. And though the brooding bachelor was determined to be left alone, young Dylan began digging a toehold in his granite heart - and so did the boy's pretty mom! Suddenly Brandon was promising to strengthen the tree house's foundation.... Could he be thinking the ranch was built for at least a family of three?