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Found:  One Son (Harlequin Superromance, No 856)
Found One Son - Harlequin Superromance, No 856
Author: Judith Arnold
ISBN-13: 9780373708567
ISBN-10: 0373708564
Publication Date: 7/1/1999
Pages: 298
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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He'd met her buying peaches in an open-air market in sleepy, sun-drenched San Pablo. They'd connected instantaneously, and that connection deepend into a magical, fierce love. Then Michael Molina disappeared without a word.

Emmie Kenyon had put Michael into the past. But unfinished business compelled him to hire Finders, Keepers, a detective agency that specialized in locating lost lves, to track Emmie down. She was living a small-town American life - with his son, a wonderful little boy named Jeffrey.

Michael thought they could be a family. Convinced Emmie of it, too.

Until a man from their past reappeared, and Michale and Emmie found they had to trust their love for each other - and for their son - or lose it altogether.
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He'd met her buying peaches in an open-air market in sleepy, sun-drenched San Pablo. They'd connected instantaneously, and that connection deepended into a magical, fierce love. Then Michael Molina disappeared without a word. Emmie Kenyon had put Michael in the past. But unfinished business compelled him to hire Finders, Keepers, a detective agency that specialized in locating lost loves, to track Emmie down. She was living a small-town American life-with his son, a wonderful little boy named Jeffrey. Michael thought they could be a family. Convinced Emmie of it, too. Until a man from their past reappeared, and Michael and Emmie found they had to trust their love for each other-and for their son-or lose it altogether.