Book Reviews of Little Boy Lost (Secret Identity) (Harlequin Intrigue, No 580)

Little Boy Lost (Secret Identity) (Harlequin Intrigue, No 580)
Little Boy Lost - Secret Identity - Harlequin Intrigue, No 580
Author: Adrianne Lee
ISBN-13: 9780373225804
ISBN-10: 0373225806
Publication Date: 8/1/2000
Pages: 256
Rating:
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3.4 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Not too bad for a Harlequin Intrigue book. A quick read.
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Carleen Ellison woke to find a week missing from her memory and an impostor claiming her identity -- and her little son. She had less than twenty-four hours to find the one person who would believe her -- Kane Kincaid, the man she loved. The man who'd once loved her. The man from whom she'd kept one precious secret...
Independent and tough as nails, Kane had learned to keep the world at a distance. But Carleen breached his defenses with an astonishing revelation and one searing kiss. Torn between a wary heart and sudden protective instincts, Kane vowed to reclaim their son -- and the love he'd lost but never forgotten.
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SHE HAD NO IDENTITY
Carleen Ellison woke to find a week missing from her memory and an imposter claiming her identity--and her little son. She had less than 24 hours to find the one person who would believe her--Kane Kincaid, the man she loved. The man who once loved her. The man from whom she'd kept one precious secret...
BUT SHE HAD HIM
Independent and tough as nails, Kane had learned to keep the world at a distance. But Carleen breached his defenses with an astonishing revelation and one searing kiss Torn between a wary heart and sudden protective instincts, Kane vowed to reclaim their son--and the love he'd lost but never forgotten.