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A Dad for Billie by Susan Mallery
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A Dad for Billie

by Susan Mallery

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From the moment a baseball smashes through his window, banker Adam Barrington's life is never quite the same. The guilty party, an eight-year-old tomboy, soon turns his household upside down. But that shock is nothing compared to when Adam discovers who Billie's mother is….

Jane Southwick knows that coming back home won't be easy, and that living next door to Adam again will be sweet torture. But it's pure joy to see the delightful bond growing between him and her daughter—despite the guilty secret that clutches at Jane's heart.
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It all began with a baseball...From the moment it smashed through Adam Barrington's window, the banker's quiet life was never quite the same again. The guilty party, an adorable eight-year-old tomboy with a slightly erratic curveball, was soon turning his once-peaceful household upside down. But that shock was nothing compared to discovering who Billie's mother was...Jane Southwick had known that coming back to her small South Carolina hometown wouldn't be easy, and that living next door to Adam again would be sweet torture. But the sweetest torture of all was the delightful bond growing between him and her daughter. It was pure joy to see them together-despite the guilty secret that clutched at her heart ....… (more)

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