By Karen Templeton
Winnie Porter simply could not fail to remember the kid she'd given up for adoption all these years ago…or the glorious relations that had taken him in. Now it was once ultimately time to determine her son one final time.Still reeling from his wife's premature loss of life, the very last thing Aidan Black had to take care of was once the unwed mom who introduced his liked Robbie into the realm. particularly while she was once all grown up right into a attractive, vivacious younger lady who'd instantly drawn his boy into her spell—not to say Aidan himself. could Winnie's mystery shatter Aidan's family—or make it complete back?
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The place was nearly full, patrons squeezed around a half-dozen randomly placed tables, into as many bright-red booths. Hand-painted bougainvillea vines snaked under neath a heavily beamed ceiling, the bright pink flowers vi brating against deep-blue walls. The kitchen was open to the dining room, framed by an enormous mural depicting vintage pickups traveling along piñon-dotted mountains. Nope, definitely not in Texas anymore, she thought, re covering from the onslaught of color. Her nostrils flared at the top note of roasted chili peppers seasoning every deep, calming breath, like Elektra had taught her before she gave birth, although as Winnie recalled when the time came they didn’t do her a damn bit of good.
Especially since the lady got this strange look on her face. “My name’s Winnie,” she said, smiling and coming out onto the porch. She didn’t shut the door behind her or anything, but Robbie still felt like he was being kept out, which made him mad. Only then she said, “I’d invite you inside, but I’m sure you know you shouldn’t do that with a stranger,” and it freaked him out, a little, that she’d kinda read his mind. ” “I saw a piece in a magazine about Tierra Rosa, and it looked so nice I decided to come see it for myself, and since you don’t have any motels or anything—” “I don’t want you here,” Robbie said, his face getting all hot; as he looked away, the dog came up to him and licked his hand, like she understood how bad he felt.
Please. ” Robbie finished his banana, then ripped the wrapping off the granola bar. “Chocolate chips! ” “You didn’t strike me as a raisin kind of kid,” Winnie said, laughing when he made a face. Annabelle sat in front of them, polite but doleful. ” Robbie asked. “She’d be cool with it, but chocolate isn’t good for dogs. ” The child gnawed off the end of his bar, frowning. ” Winnie held her breath. ” When he looked at her, she could see how close the tears were to falling, and her heart broke. ” “Pretty dumb,” she said, hoping he wouldn’t notice how shiny her eyes probably were, too.
A Mother's Wish (Silhouette Special Edition) by Karen Templeton