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Baby Love (The Kendrick-Coulter Series) Mass Market Paperback – November 28, 2006
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Bestselling author Catherine Anderson captivates readers with her tale of a desperate young mother, her newborn son, and the rundown drifter who rescues them one bitterly cold night. Little does Rafe Kendrick suspect that his long-frozen heart will crack wide open when he offers the warmth of his coat to a desperate runaway and her hungry baby. Maggie Stanley has little reason to trust any man, much less Rafe, the drunken cowboy she meets hitching a ride in a boxcar. But when he puts his own life in danger to protect Maggie and her baby, Jaimie, from the lowlifes sharing their railroad car, she's forced to place her battered body and equally battered heart into Rafe's hands for safekeeping. Bound together by circumstance, the two zealously guard their secrets until love permits Rafe to let go of the tragic deaths of his wife and child that sent him running from his former life as a successful rancher. And Rafe's gentle and loving care of Jaimie allows Maggie to see that here is finally a man willing and able to protect her from the harsh realities around every corner. Full of gut-wrenching emotion and plenty of human drama, Catherine Anderson's Baby Love shouldn't be missed. --Alison Trinkle
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Rafe Kendrick is running, too. Running from his memories but can't escape them. After losing his wife and children in an accident for which he blames himself, he left his home, drank himself senseless, and has pretty much kept himself drunk for a couple years. But when he sees Maggie's need, he decides to help.
Maggie is very secretive about her personal life, not willing to divulge her last name, her hometown, or details about how she received the bruises covering much of her body. Rafe is afraid she's running from the law. Knowing she needs to rest and a good meal, he accompanies her to a motel in a little town in Idaho where he pawns his wedding ring to provide Maggie and her infant son with food, clothing, and shelter. When Maggie becomes too ill to care for her baby herself, Rafe knows that he has to stay sober in order to help both of them.
But when Maggie becomes so ill she needs to be taken to the hospital, secrets are revealed putting her life as well as that of her infant son, in danger. Once again Rafe comes to her rescue. Of course Rafe has a few secrets of his own, the most important being that he isn't just your ordinary downtrodden transient.
How these two wounded souls are able to heal one another is an inspiring story from one of romance fiction's most talented authors.Read more ›
Maggie Stanley escapes a terribly abusive situation with her newborn baby, hops a freight train and immediately runs into more trouble. But also riding the train is Rafe Kendrick, running away from troubles in his own past. And he has a big protective streak for this damsel in distress.
Maggie is bound and determined to take care of herself and her baby but Rafe is even more stubborn than her and is ready to protect them both.
I loved this story, like I've loved every one of Anderson's books. At times Rafe came across as very overbearing, almost to the point of being a turnoff, but by the end of the book Maggie could hold her own against him.
If you haven't read this series, you have a huge treat in front of you. There's many books in the series and all of them are great.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The beginning was slow and the only thing that kept me reading, was to find out the answers to all the questions about the main characters backgrounds. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mish
I think I'm going to call it quits on Catherine Anderson. I liked Seventh Heaven, but then had two in a row that I gave up on. Read morePublished 8 months ago by puppitypup
I have never read a book with so many typos and errors. Completely unacceptable and ridiculous.Published 9 months ago by N Lawson