Take responsibility for his orphaned niece, yes. Raise her himself, no.
A good boarding school was what the girl needed, not an uncle who was never home. But then Michael Throckmorton's niece ran away. And the big-hearted, beautiful diner waitress who'd taken her in wasn't letting her go so easily. Josie Miller had a few conditions for Michael. Oddly enough, he was willing to listen. Yet days later, why wasn't he hauling the teen back to school and himself back to the city?
Could it be that an unlikely family was forming?
Winning a copy of Missy Tippens' Her Unlikely Family was a treat! This gentle romance was a relaxing read with pithy dialogue, multi dimensional characters and an engaging storyline. Josie and Micheal's sparring was entertaining and his bumbling yet genuine attempts to connect with his niece, heartwarming. A sweet and satisfying read.
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Monday, 4 August 2008