Three previously released books now in 1 volume
"Almost An Angel" by Debbie Macomber
Bethany Stone had been in love with her handsome employer, Joshua Norris for years . . . secretly. He probably didn't even know her first name -- let alone the passion she felt every time she thought about him! Certain Joshua would never notice that his executive secretary had stars in her eyes, Bethany was ready to hand in her resignation . . . and finally give up. But suddenly Joshua realized he needed Bethany -- outside of the office. The unexpected arrival of his enchanting ten-year-old daughter had him panicking -- what did he know about little girls! Now the flustered single father was turning to Bethany for advice on everything from preteen fashion to views on child rearing. Bethany was ecstatic to be involved in his personal life -- but how could she be sure Joshua wanted anything more than an efficient baby sitter?
"Passion's Child" by Ann Major
After years of struggle, Amy had at last built a decent life for herself and her family. Yet, now that world was being threatened by Nicholas Browning-her husband and the one man with the power to destroy everything she'd fought so desperately to attain! Once, long ago, Amy had loved Nick. But he'd betrayed that love, and a cruel twist of circumstances had forced her to take part in a terrible deception. Now Nick was back to claim what was rightfully his. And Amy was faced with her greatest trail yet: to keep her husband from discovering the truth about "Triple" -- the child she loved as her very own!
"Reluctant Father" by Diana Palmer
Blake Donavan, tough, formidable, and lonely . . . Fears . . . surprises, like the unsmiling little girl who suddenly appeared on his doorstep and called him "daddy;" Meredith Calhoun, the one woman who could melt his heart of ice . . . He's colder than the snow in winter. Blake Donavan lived alone and liked it that way. His nemesis was love, but he had one obsession -- and her name was Meredith Calhoun. After five years, Meredith had come home. A successful author, she was no longer the shy, insecure girl Blake had once so cruelly rejected. But Meredith would never know that that rejection had cost Blake his heart . . . and the child who should have been theirs.