- Libro de bolsillo: 362 páginas
- Editor: Harlequin Books; Edición: Larger Print (8 de mayo de 2007)
- Colección: Larger Print Superromance
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0373781652
- ISBN-13: 978-0373781652
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Small-Town Family (Larger Print Superromance) (Inglés) Libro de bolsillo – Texto grande, 8 may 2007
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Journalist and single dad Dylan Smith is on assignment?looking for the father he has never known. He finds himself in Sturgeon Falls with barely any information, and there's only one person who seems able to help him?.
After a lousy marriage that punctured her self-confidence, charter captain Charlotte Burns isn't prepared for Dylan's charm. She finds herself wanting to help Dylan uncover his elusive past?until one night of passion gives her an unexpected lead. Now helping Dylan?and falling for him?ould destroy the one man Charlotte loves more than any other?.
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Dylan Smith is a reporter who has come to Sturgeon Falls for one story. The story of who his father is. Dylan may find himself wanting to help Charlotte keep her boat in its rightful home when developers try to come into their area, but his real reason for being there, is to track down who his mother was involved with when she got pregnant.
Charlotte is a woman with many dimensions. She may have a dirty smelly job, but she cleans up into a feminine creature that pulls at Dylan's heart strings even when he does not want to get involved. When Charlotte realizes who Dylan is looking for, she must make choices - does she help the man who stole her heart, or the friends who have been with her for her entire life.
Dylan may not know his father, but he knows a good woman when he sees one. He finds himself falling in love with more than the area he knows his father comes from, and finds himself debating pushing Charlotte to let him question Gus about his past and the men he used to work with. When he realizes Charlotte has figured out his parentage he has to decide if her secrets are enough to keep them apart.
Margaret Wilson is a talented writer who brings her stories alive and leaves readers breathless with wanting to know the truth. Dylan becomes more than a character; he becomes a living breathing soul who has a right to know his heritage. When Charlotte retreats into herself to decide who has a right to know the truth, reader's hearts will break. This is a true tale of love and an emotional ride, read with caution; it will keep you awake until you turn the last page and sigh with relief that all will be well in Sturgeon Falls.
Review Courtesy of LoveRomancesandmore.com
"Small Town Family' is an enjoyable romance novel. Charlotte is a strong, likable heroine, working hard to succeed in a job usually done by men. Her family problems as a child and her continuing struggles in her relationship with her mother are well written. Dylan is also well written, struggling to understand his daughter as she grows older and determined to find out who his father is. The romance between Dylan and Charlotte is well done and I love the way they meet. The conflict that develops when Charlotte discovers something about Dylan's father and has to decide whether or not to share what she knows is also well done and readers will emphasize with her while she struggles to do the right thing. The secondary characters are well developed including Gus; his wife Frances; their daughter Kat; Dylan's daughter Haley; and Charlotte's coworker Steve. Margaret Watson is a talented writer and Sturgeon Falls comes to life under her pen. There is a nicely written subplot about developers wanting Gus's boat that will keep readers turning the pages. There are a few flaws in the book - readers will quickly realize who Dylan's father is and far too many people in the book have father issues including Charlotte, Dylan, and Steve. Still, these are minor flaws in an otherwise nicely done book.
Romance novel fans will enjoy "Small Town Family".