Quinn, Tara Taylor, Somebody’s Baby

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Quinn, Tara Taylor, Somebody’s Baby (Shelter Valley Stories, Book 9),  (Richmond, Surrey:  Harlequin (UK) Limited, 2005).

Title:  Somebody’s Baby (Shelter Valley Stories, Book 9)

Author:  Tara Taylor Quinn

Imprint:  Superromance

Issues:  Bereavement; Grief; Parenthood

Blurb:

Discovering she has a twin in Arizona, Caroline Prater leaves her hometown, her family and her farm and drives west She’ll try to connect with her sister Phyllis, and she’ll seek out John Strickland, the father of her baby—if only to let him know. John, like Caroline, is widowed.

Arriving in Shelter Valley it’s not long before Caroline becomes part of the town’s life. And while she’s waiting for the right moment to approach Phyllis, her relationship with John is growing deeper—but that’s just for the baby’s sake. Or is it?

Dear Reader,

Whether you’ve been to Shelter Valley before or find yourself here for a first visit – welcome!  It’s never too late to join us in this town – a home away from home for many readers around the world.  Shelter Valley has become a place of refuge, of hope and happiness, of new beginnings, of strength through adversity, of life.

If you’re here for the first time, don’t worry.  So is Caroline Prater.  Join this intelligent but uneducated farm girl as she comes to town with a big heart…and some shocking secrets.  You’ll travel with her from her home in Kentucky, find a boardinghouse, meet the residents of Caroline’s new town.  And if you’ve been here before, I think you’ll enjoy seeing the world of Shelter Valley through her eyes.  You’ll meet old friends and find out what they’re up to, how they’ve fared since you saw them last.  Pretty much everyone you’ve met in Shelter Valley appears in Somebody’s Baby.

Don’t let me give you the impression that this is going to be a lighthearted romp through town.  It’s not.  Caroline and John and the rest of the Shelter Valley residents are living life – real life – with its ups and downs, its fears and hardships.  They ask questions of themselves and each other, the same questions we all ask.  Hard questions that don’t always have answers.  Certainly not easy answers…

So come to Shelter Valley!  We’re waiting.  With refuge and hope, the promise of happiness, the possibility of new beginnings and – most of all – with the belief that love truly is the greatest thing of all.

Tara Taylor Quinn

I love to hear from my readers.  You can reach me at P.O. Box 13584, Mesa, Arizona 85216 or through my website at www.tarataylorquinn.com.

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