Destiny's Surrender

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HarperCollins, Sep 24, 2013 - Fiction - 384 pages
33 Reviews

The child he didn't know he had . . .

Andrew Yates has come to a decision: it's time to stop sowing those oats and start a family. But searching for a bride isn't as simple as he'd hoped, and many of the respectable women of his acquaintance feel . . . lacking. Then beautiful, feisty Wilhelmina "Billie" Wells arrives at the family ranch with a toddler in her arms, claiming Drew is the father!

The woman he didn't know he loved . . .

Billie had no choice but to show up at Destiny in search of Drew. For the sake of their child, she's willing to leave him with his father so the boy can have a better life, but then, before she can blink, she's saying "I do" in front of a preacher in a marriage of convenience. All Billie and Drew have in common is the heat that brought them together, but can their sizzling passion lead to an everlasting love?

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Review: Destiny's Surrender (Destiny #2)

User Review  - Bri - Goodreads

Well, this story certainly wasn't lacking in the plot/drama department. It was actually a bit too much really, with how many minor characters and small details came together so neatly in the end ... Read full review

Review: Destiny's Surrender (Destiny #2)

User Review  - Mandie Kok - Goodreads

Quite an unconventional love story, but no less enjoyable for it. This wasn't as sweet and romantic as the first book in the series. It was more action packed and had several tense moments. I really ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Beverly Jenkins has received numerous awards, including five Waldenbooks/Borders Group Best Sellers Awards, two Career Achievement Awards from Romantic Times Magazine, and a Golden Pen Award from the Black Writer’s Guild. Ms Jenkins was named one of the Top Fifty Favorite African-American writers of the twentieth century by AABLC, the nation’s largest on-line African-American book club. She was recently nominated for the NAACP Image Award in Literature.

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