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Bundle of Trouble Mass Market Paperback – August 10, 2010
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Sylvia had her son Jacob kidnapped from her when she was in Mexico. Jacob's dad was too busy to travel for his visitation, so Sylvia had brought Jacob to Mexico to visit his father. Jacob was only four months old, and she was walking down the sidewalk with Jacob in his stroller when someone snatched him from her. Sylvia spent the next six months looking for her son. She drained her bank account, the only thing that mattered was finding her son. She found out there was a child smuggling ring. She had interesting ways of finding out information. Her last lead, led her to Millionaire Tate. She found out Tate had adopted her son. Before there could be DNA test done to prove Sylvia was the mother, Jacob was kidnapped once again. Tate, and Sylvia teamed up to find Jacob. This was a book with a lot of action, bullets flying, fires blazing, and the chemistry and passion was also heating up between Sylvia, and Tate.
Samples of the book - Sample from chapter 3 - "And if my son has the birthmark, that doesn't prove anything," "Maybe now. If the birthmark is there, then we do a DNA test." How she'd come up with the money, she didn't know, but she'd get her baby back if she had to sell her soul to the devil himself. The baby giggled in the next room, so joyous and innocent. All the motherly longing she'd buried deep inside surged into her chest, squeezing her lungs so hard she couldn't breathe. "Just let me see him."
Sample from chapter 9 - Rage flamed through her faster than the fire had spread in the barn. Despite nearly dying in that fire.Read more ›