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A Family for Daniel: You, Me & the Kids (Harlequin Superromance No. 1280)

by Anna DeStefano

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A Family for Daniel is reissued as A Sweetbrook Family.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373712804, Mass Market Paperback)

What happens when two survivors can't make it alone?

Amy Loar is a single working mother struggling to give her daughter the secure life she deserves. Joshua White is raising his baby sister's son, only Daniel doesn't want anything to do with the small-town life Joshua loves. The last thing these childhood friends have energy for is the distraction of a relationship, until working together becomes the only way they can protect the kids they love.

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Ten-year-old Daniel has had a rough year. His mother's unexpected death landed him in the custody of his uncle, elementary-school principal Joshua White, who can't seem to get through to Daniel. Becky, Daniel's classmate, isn't having a great time either. Her mother, Amy Loar, left a troubled marriage and is fighting to rebuild her career in Atlanta while Becky stays with her grandmother in Sweetbrook. As they try to help Becky and Daniel, Amy and Josh find themselves thrown together and forming an unexpected bond.… (more)

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