Publisher Description

They shared only one night of passion, but the memory of it has stayed with Damien ever since.  He searched for her for months, but even with his considerable resources, with only her first name to go on, he’d been unsuccessful.  Now, six years later, Damien is speechless when he finds Jemma by chance on a farm in the rolling hills of the Virginia countryside.  The woman he has sought for so long, and yet she won’t come with him now?  But Damien won’t give up so easily.

Damien’s appearance after so many years rocks Jemma’s comfortable, if simple existence.  He has never left her memory either - how could he with such a visible reminder?  Her son - their son - Dylan is now a precocious five, and the light of her life.  Although Damien didn’t recognize him, Jemma feels honor bound to tell him about his son.  But how will he react?  Will he try to take Dylan away?

June 16
Elizabeth Lennox Books LLC
Elizabeth Lennox Books LLC

Customer Reviews

Sarbizu ,

Loved it!

Loved it! Don't miss our in Elizabeth Lennox, she has great stories, and beautiful characters, pick up a book and enjoy...!

Arises gal ,

Italians passionate return

This was a cute novella, however I think the author needs a human proofreader. Unless the son was born at 14 weeks and survived, There is a big issue. If conceived in September the child would have to be born around June. If his birthday is in January, he'd have been conceived around April. Sorry but that is something I have issues with. A Human proofreader would have caught that. All in All a decent read.

sennit321 ,

This book had great potential in the beginning, I was like...okay not bad. Not bad. Unfortunately that all came crashing down as soon as she told him about their son. Wow. Why'd she blurt it out like that? And he was like we have to get married. Just like that dude? I found it VERY hard not to role my eyes after that part. I stopped at page 58 out of however many are in that book. Call me crazy for not even bothering to finish the book, but in all honesty I should have stopped sooner. Gawd.

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