TO MOTHER WITH LOVE: Three Romantic Stories Celebrating Motherhood . . .
Judith Duncan: “A Special Request.”
Sarah Jeffrie's son didn't want much --- just a dog and a dad. Nat Anderson had the dog -- and he'd be a prime candidate for dadhood, except Nat was just passing through. Sarah refused to fall for a sexy smile, but Nat wasn't leaving till he fulfilled her son's special request.
Debbie Macomber: “The Apartment.”
No matter that Hilary Sullivan was twenty-four years old, played flute for the Portland Symphony and had her own apartment -- Hilary's mother was overprotective. So how was Hilary going to convince her that mother didn't know best when it came to having a macho army fly-boy for a roommate?
Diana Palmer: “Calamity Mom.”
A mom for all calamities . . . that was what Faulkner Scott's young son wanted. The motherless twelve-year-old was determined to appoint Shelly Astor his new mom after she saved his life. Then she met his dad! Who was going to save Shelly's heart from a new accident waiting to happen -- like falling in love with the boy's gorgeous father?