Match Made in Court
By Janice Kay Johnson
(Harlequin, Mass Market Paperback, 9780373716203, 256pp.)
Publication Date: March 2010
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Matt Laughlin will do anything for his six-year-old niece. Hanna is his only relative, and he knows he can help her deal with their recent tragedy.
Getting custody of her, however, means challenging her aunt, Linnea Sorenson—a woman far more enticing than he remembers. This attraction makes it all too easy for him to consider dropping his bid for guardianship…something he can't let himself do. Seems as though court is his only option.
But joint custody is not the outcome Matt expects. Yet, surprisingly, it could be the best thing that's happened to him. Because being with Linnea and Hanna together feels right and good…and they just might be the family he's always wanted.
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