Daddy In The Making

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Harlequin Enterpises AU, Sep 1, 2011 - Fiction - 192 pages
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'Mama, Michael doesn't got any kids 'cuz he doesn't got a wife, so I told him maybe you could be his wife. What do you think?' Angela DiRosa couldn't believe her six-year-old daughter, Emma, had asked a perfect stranger if he wanted a wife. True, Michael Gallagher was handsome, charming and great with kids. Not that it mattered. After all, Angela had given up on men for good. So why did Angela feel her heart race and her senses heighten whenever she and Michael were in the same room? Michael hadn't been looking for a wife-dodging danger had left the undercover lawman with little time for love. But Angela and Emma had charmed their way into his life. And soon Michael discovered that risking his heart just might be the most dangerous challenge of all....

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This story is about Micheal,Angela and her daughter Emma. Micheal is an undercover cop in Chicago who's just been said to be a hero in the papers after saving a toddler. He is sent on vacation for a ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Sharon De Vita, an Adjunct Professor of Literature and Communication, is also an award-winning author of over nineteen romance novels for Silhouette that frequently appear on the USA Today and Waldenbooks bestseller lists.Sharon admits that her books, which are known for lighthearted humour, as well as touching emotion, are generally family-connected miniseries and usually include the antics of children. In addition to writing romances, Sharon has also published numerous works of nonfiction, including a nonfiction hardcover that has been optioned as an NBC Movie of the Week.

Although she never wanted to be pigeonholed as a writer, Sharon happily admits that writing romance is her genre of choice simply because she is a die-hard romantic who firmly believes in happy endings. Romance gives her the flexibility to explore the dynamics of two of the most fascinating topics in the world: love and families. After winning a national writing contest for Best Unpublished Book of 1985, Sharon's books have gone on to sell nearly two million copies with translations in over thirteen languages. She has also garnered numerous writing awards, including Romantic Times’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award. A single parent, Sharon resides in a small suburb of Chicago, with her three children.

A frequent keynote speaker and guest lecturer at writing conferences across the country, Sharon admits that writing is her first love, followed only by reading. She counts Nora Roberts, mystery writer Martha Powers, and Richard Patterson among her favorite authors.

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