Ive long been a fan of Stella Camerons through her category romances, historical romances, and romantic suspense novels and can truthfully say FINDING IAN is my favorite. Shes a welcome addition to the ever-growing world of contemporary womens fiction and I certainly look forward to more stories of this type from her.
easy read and nicely written
Enjoyed the book. Well written and interesting storyline and subjects. Would recommend it as a good read for cold winter's days. Takes place in Great Britain and the characters were interesting, especially in their reaction to "yanks" as they defend their way of life in small villages.
I liked this one. Interesting story.
All those years ago Bryon felt he had no choice. When his wife died in childbirth and he was really young, it would really be for the best if the baby was adopted by a stable loving couple.Now his son's adopted parents are gone and the boy, Ian has been sent to Cornwall to live with relatives he has never met. If Bryon visted England briefly-just to make sure that Ian is coping-no one needed to know abouttheir true relationship. But Bryon's best layed plans are soon overturned-by a women he never expected to encounter in a tiny Cornish village. Jade Perron may be the person who could turn his life around forever-whether he liked it or not.
Just couln't get into this book. A little slow for me.
Byron Frazer's past is about to catch up with him. All those years ago, he felt he had little choice. His wife's sudden death in childbirth and his own youth meant it really would be for the best if the baby were adopted by a stabe, ioving couple.
Now his son's adoptive parents are gone, and the boy, Ian, has been sent to Cornwall to live with relatives, he has never even met. If Byron visits England Briefly--just to make sure that Ian can cope with the transition--no one need ever know their true relationship.
When his wife died giving birth he felt that at his young age the baby would be better off with a loving family.
He finds out the adoptive parents are gone and the boy has been sent to live with relatives he has never met and decides to visit him and make sure Ian can cope with the transition and feels no one will have to know who he is. But his plans are overturned by a woman and she could turn his life around, like it or not
The copy I'm posting is an uncorrected reader's proof.