Book Reviews of The Water Baby (Family Man) (Harlequin Superromance, No 686)

The Water Baby (Family Man) (Harlequin Superromance, No 686)
The Water Baby - Family Man - Harlequin Superromance, No 686
Author: Roz Denny Fox
ISBN-13: 9780373706860
ISBN-10: 0373706863
Publication Date: 4/1/1996
Pages: 296
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Temple, a hotel magnate, and Daisy, a woman shrimper on Galveston Island, meet when she saves his daughter Rebecca--when a pleasure boat explodes. Forgetting everything else except that Daisy represents safety, the little girl clings to her savior. Temple has been wracked with worry every since he ex-wife stole their little girl and wants to sweep Rebecca up and take her back to his world. He is forced to learn patience when Rebecca won't be parted from Daisy. Against a humming background of danger--was it a drug boat? Why did it explode?--the worlds of shrimping and hotels collide. Temple and Daisy learn to let go of stereotypes and get to know and love each other. Of course, they do. It's a Harlequin Superromance!
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This was a great book. It was so great that once I started it I didn't want to put it down.
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A child is rescused from the sea....A luxury yacht anchor nearby in a covc explodes there is only one survivor , a little girl,that Daisy pulls from the sea.THe child was kidnapped by her mother Temple's ex wife and dissappeared without a trace. Months later she showed up in a Galveston hospital with a woman called Daisy. The child had become attached to Daisy so Temple needs to consider keeping Daisy in her life also.
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Karen went toward the painting of Glenn like someone sleepwalking. Then, in a spasm of violent, uncontrollable anger, she plunged the points of the scissors into the canvas and ripped it open.

When she saw the results of her action and her brain started to spell out just what she'd done, she was appalled.

"Well," Glenn asked, "have you got me out of your system?"

Out of her system? "Dear heaven" Karen thought, "I've got you so much into my system that you're part of the very blood runing through my veins."
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looks good
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This was an okay book. I think the only reason I didn't really like it is because it isn't my type of book.