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Echoes of Summer by Barbara Faith

Echoes of Summer

by Barbara Faith

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Eden Adair was missing a vital piece of her past, and only one man could help her retrieve it: Linc McAllister, the doctor whose sure, steady hands had delivered her baby sixteen years ago... then delivered the infant into adoption and consoled Eden in her teenage torment. Eden tracked him down. With the passage of time, the doctor had become even surer, steadier, more manly. Widowed, a single parent himself, he had to know how meaningful her quest was. Yet, mysteriously, he would not help her find her child. Why was he so adamant? And why did he and his teenage daughter evoke so many echoes of that long-ago summer of Eden's youth?
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