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by Lisa Jackson




Two unforgettable stories from the New York Times bestselling queen of romantic suspenseSail AwayAdam Drake was determined to clear his name of the false charges that ruined his career at Montgomery Inns—and if that meant deceiving the hotelier's beloved daughter, Marnie Montgomery, and even stowing away on her boat, so be it. If she had secrets, he would discover every single one….Million Dollar BabyWhen Chandra Hill is awakened by a cry in the night, she is shocked to discover an abandoned newborn in her barn. Emergency room doctor Dallas O'Rourke finds himself bonding instantly with the baby—and the intriguing woman who brought him in. And when the baby's adoption becomes national news, he's stunned to realize he wants a life with them both.…
Download Abandoned: An Anthology epub
ISBN: 0373776500
ISBN13: 978-0373776504
Category: Literature
Subcategory: United States
Author: Lisa Jackson
Language: English
Publisher: HQN; Original edition (December 27, 2011)
ePUB size: 1727 kb
FB2 size: 1643 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 485
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I enjoyed this story from the very beginning. So well written you can feel the emotions of every character. Board to put this book down.
Ishnsius
I love Lisa Jackson's novels.
Onoxyleili
A great read on a wintry day! Spellbinding! The audience will root for Chandra as she fights for custody of JD. Love saves the day.
Castiel
both stories were fast and each a great read, didnt want either of them to end. Hope she uses these characters again
Goltikree
Her books never fail to please
Konetav
Both stories is this book are well written and make you think of what you would do if you were put in the same situation. Ms/ Jackson continues to entrace her readers.
Barit
I try to read all Lisa Jackson's books. She does a great job from a New Orleans mystery to a Duke with a reluctant Lady.
The author and editors need to work harder. The plot is OK. There are small but important things the author writes that annoy me. The author seems to use the job description of psychiatrist and psychologist interchangeably. There is a significant difference in training and the ability to prescribe medication, which is an important part of the story line.

The author in one paragraph says the "keel split", nol likely. The keel of a sailboat is usually one piece of wood/fiberglass or some such material and heavy metal. It might break off, be ripped off, but not very likely split. The hull might split any number of places including near or along side the keel. Writing like this seems lazy to me. Get the details right, it does not take any more words to use the word psychiatrist consistently, do not interchange the words for the same character throughout the book. The sailboat can still hit the rocks, and incurred a split in the hull, instead of the keel. A small boat, not a sail boat, might split along the keel, but not a sail boat used in ocean waters.