Book Reviews of Finding a Family (Silhouette Romance, No 1762)

Finding a Family (Silhouette Romance, No 1762)
Finding a Family - Silhouette Romance, No 1762
Author: Judy Christenberry
ISBN-13: 9780373197620
ISBN-10: 0373197624
Publication Date: 4/1/2005
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Hank Brownlee hopes that by hiring an attractive, widowed housekeeper to cook for his father Carl, the older man will find romance. So he's disappointed when twentysomething Maggie is hired by mistake. To complicate matters, Carl decides to marry Maggie's aunt. Hank has second thoughts about his father's love life and tries to keep the couple apart.
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A sweet read -- Hank Brownlee hires a new housekeeper to help his grieving father. Maggie Woodward isn't what he expected at all -- she *is* a widow and an accomplished housekeeper, but she's isn't matronly at all! Can they find their way to a happily-ever-after?
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Ranch hunk Hank Brownlee wanted only two things from his new housekeeper companionship for his grieving father and some stick-to-your-ribs country cooking. What he got was something altogether different.

The "matron" he'd hired sight unseen turned out to be a blond dynamo and a single mom. True, Maggie Woodward was a widow and she sure could cook, but she was also young and beautiful! And it wasn't long before Maggie and her little tyke had Hank's world turned upside down and his heartstrings twisted all around their dainty fingers...

Now all Hank had to do was convince his wary little widow that happily-ever-after was worth the risk!
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RANCH HUNK HANK BROWNLEE WANTED ONLY TWO THINGS FROM HIS NEW HOUSEKEEPER--COMPANIONSHIP FOR HIS GRIEVING FATHER AND SOME STICK TO YOUR RIBS COUNTRY COOKING. WHAT HE GOT WAS SOMETHING ALTOGETHER DIFFERENT.
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Ranch hunk Hank Brownlee wantes only 2 things from his new housekeeper-companionship for his grieving father and some stick to your ribs country cooking.The matron he hired unseen turned out to be a dynamo blond and a single mom. True Maggie was a widow and she could sure cook,but she was also young and beautiful.And it won't be long before Maggie and her son turn Hank's world upside down.
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ranch hunk hank brownlee wanted only two things from his new housekeeper- companionship for his grieving father and some stick-to-your ribs country cooking. what he got was somthing altogether different. the "matron" he'd hired sight unseen turned out to be a blond dynamo and a single mom. true, maggie woodward was a widow and she sure could cook, but she was also young and beautiful! and it wasnt long before maggie and her little tyke had hanks world turned upside down and his heartstrings twisted all around their danity fingers... now all hank had to do was convince his wary little widow that happily-ever-after was worth the risk