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Running Scared Mass Market Paperback – August 1, 2010
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Tyrell Clark offered Kate a newborn boy to take with her to Seattle, to keep as her own child with no questions asked. Tyrell explained that a socially prominent client's daughter gave birth out of wedlock and the family wanted to keep the matter a secret, so adoption was out of the question. The one stipulation was that Kate and the baby get lost out West. Tyrell used his connections to have a phony birth certificate made. Kate readily accepted the offer.
Robert Sullivan III has one daughter named Beatrice and nicknamed Bibi. His only son Stuart died in an accident when he was a teenager. When Beatrice got pregnant, she told her father that a sailor fathered her child, then left town. She didn't want the baby, which was given up to a phony adoption. Beatrice did not want her father to know that she had sex with her first cousin, Uncle Frank's illegitimate son whom the family had ostracized.
Fifteen years later, Bibi flew to Montana to tell her first cousin Daegan O'Rourke that she got pregnant the night they both got drunk and had sex and that she gave the baby up for adoption to keep her father from learning of the incest. It was important to inform Deagan, because her father had hired a sleazy private detective to find her son. Bibi wants Deagan to find their son before the detective does.Read more ›
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Loved this book. Am a fan of Lisa Jackson and she did not disappoint. My first thought was how anyone would actually get involved in such an "adoption". Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Docsdaughter45
still reading it but so far very suspenseful, can't wait to finish itPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Full of suspense.I enjoyed the book from start to finish.It was hard to put it down once I started reading.The author really made you care about the characters. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Diana Ochala
This book was OK. I can't say it's the best Lisa Jackson book. In my opinion it dragged a bit. Still, it was worth reading.Published 8 months ago by Kindle Customer
It is rare that I find a book that I cannot put down, but this is one. Fantastic story!Published 8 months ago by Jean E.Radenz