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Baby of Fortune (Silhouette Desire, No. 1384) (Fortunes of Texas) Mass Market Paperback – August 1, 2001
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Unfortunately, Justin and his twin sister were never able to be adopted because Miranda never signed away her rights. Justin grew up in the foster care system. He never formed a bond with anyone and never knew the meaning of love and family. Now as an adult Justin still has trouble connecting with others. He has been seperated from his wife for over a year, and he learns the truth about his mother and her family. Seeing the Fortunes and the love that they have for one another makes Justin think about all that is missing in his life. Justin knows one thing for sure-he wants his wife back. Getting his wife, Heather, back turns out to be more difficult than he thought it would be. There is also Heather's little secret that stands between them.
I like the Fortunes of Texas series, so I had to read this book. I can't say that I enjoyed it all that much though. And my reasons are strictly personal-I HATE stories that revolve around a man not being told that he is a father. In this book Heather, in my opinion, is selfish in keeping the truth from Justin. No matter how hurt she was or what her feelings were towards Justin, he had a right to know about his son. She was not only punishing Justin, but she was punishing their son by denying him his father. The story was great in that we once again meet another Fortune. We also get to read about characters from past books. This book was very well written and I have all of Shirley Rogers books and I enjoy them. So, if you enjoy this series and author than don't let my personal bias stop you from reading this book. I look forward to reading the next book-the story of Cameron's illegitimate son Jonas.