From Library Journal
A baby is the last thing hard-driving journalist Matt Winters needs. But when he finds one outside his San Francisco apartment door late one night and it turns out to belong to the sister he hasn't seen since she was nine, he knows he can't just abandon the baby. He also knows that he has to find his sister. But he needs help, which comes in the reluctant form of bridal shop owner Caitlyn Devereaux, his neighbor and a woman with sorrows of her own. Although the relationship between Caitlyn and Matt is primary, a secondary love story adds a satisfying touch to a well-written, emotionally involving romance that combines a realistic urban setting with a family-oriented plot and makes it work. An expert at creating appealing characters, Freethy is a RITA Award-winning writer of heartwarming, family-centered contemporary romances; she lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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About the Author
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Barbara Freethy is the author of nine novels for Avon Books. She has captured the hearts of readers with her warm, wonderful romances that celebrate the full spirit of love. Her first novel Avon Books, Daniel's Gift, a poignant tale about a little boy and his estanged parents, won the RITA Award for Best Contemporary Romance. Other award-winning titles include Ryan's Return, Ask Mariah, and her most recent novel, Just the Way You Are.
Barbara resides in Northern California with her husband and two children.