The Mother of My Child (Silhouette Desire, No 831)
The Mother of My Child - Silhouette Desire, No 831 Author:Beverly Barton BLACK SHEEP — Spencer Rand may have been a member of premier family of Marshalltown, Tennessee, but he'd also been a classic teenage rebel. Not Only had he dared to become passionately entangled with the housekeeper's daughter he'd gone and fallen in love with her. — Though he knew fiery, outspoken Pattie Cornell was his soul mate, Spe... more »nce had left town and never looked back. Never until now, when a shocking secret revealed the truth about the venerable Rand family, and about the woman Spence hadn't been able to forget.
Bracing himself to confront the past, Spence returned to Marshalltown. With him was the daughter Pattie Cornell had borne--and been told she had lost...« less
The two main characters occasionally display indecisiveness, lack of self-confidence, and a disturbing lack of honesty that makes you want to yell at them "just tell him (her) already!" They were made for each other. That said, I still enjoyed the book. Does that make me disturbed? ;)
The two teenagers in the story were easier to like.