» » You Belong to Me (Montana Mavericks #23)

Download You Belong to Me (Montana Mavericks #23) fb2

by Jennifer Greene
Download You Belong to Me (Montana Mavericks #23) fb2
Contemporary
  • Author:
    Jennifer Greene
  • ISBN:
    0373310455
  • ISBN13:
    978-0373310456
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Silhouette (2009)
  • Pages:
    250 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1547 kb
  • ePUB format
    1709 kb
  • DJVU format
    1641 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    748
  • Formats:
    mbr mobi lit rtf


Montana Lawman (Montana Mavericks: Return to Big Sky Country). Jennifer Greene has written a good story about a man whose feelings of being rootless are quelled when he falls in love with Serena and the incredibly bright child they've created together

Montana Lawman (Montana Mavericks: Return to Big Sky Country). Jennifer Greene has written a good story about a man whose feelings of being rootless are quelled when he falls in love with Serena and the incredibly bright child they've created together. Her writing is steady and the characters she's drawn are strong. Much of Blake's individual development stems from the integration of an overarching subplot.

Jennifer Greene has written a good story about a man whose feelings of being rootless are quelled when he falls in love with Serena and the incredibly bright child they've created together.

Well, Blake refused to let his paternity be denied

Well, Blake refused to let his paternity be denied.

Start by marking You Belong To Me (Montana Mavericks .

Start by marking You Belong To Me (Montana Mavericks: Wed in Whitehorn) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. i really cannot believe this is written by same Jennifer Greene who wrote such a wonderful book The Honor Bound Groom,i know sometimes authors write great mindblowing stories and sometimes okay story but i really hope the next one i pick up will be better then this. it was a so so read, Once readable if you patience.

2000) (Book 23 in the Montana Mavericks series) A novel by Jennifer Greene. May 2010 : UK Mass Market Paperback. Pediatrician Blake Remmington is stunned when he discovers that his new patient, six-year-old Nate, is his own son, the result of an unforgettable night of passion with beautiful Serena Dovesong.

From now on, you belong to me. Three years later. You might have been able to arrange for me to speak with her. According to my notes, Regina’s mother had no inkling that her daughter might be involved with someone, but if I could get her to talk about it, something that didn’t seem important at the time might come out and provide some clues. Nedda frowned in concentration.

Little Nate belonged to him. But would Serena stand in the way of their becoming the family they were destined to be? . Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline. But would Serena stand in the way of their becoming the family they were destined to be? Romance Contemporary. Bookmate – an app that makes you want to read.

You belong to me. by. Greene, Jennifer.

Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. You belong to me. New York : Silhouette Books.

Jennifer Greene is one of the pseudonyms for Jill Alison Hart (born in Michigan .

Jennifer Greene is one of the pseudonyms for Jill Alison Hart (born in Michigan, United States). She is a writer of over 85 romance novels since 1980. She sold her first book in 1980 under the pen name Jessica Massey, and from 1983 to 1987 published under the pseudonym Jeanne Grant. Since 1986 she has used the pseudonym Jennifer Greene. In addition to writing Greene has worked as a teacher, counselor, and personal manager. You Belong To Me (Silhouette Desire Montana Mavericks: Big Sky Brides Series, 2000) (with Christine Rimmer and Cheryl St. John). The Honor-Bound Groom (Silhouette Fortune’s Children Series, 1998).

"DID YOU EVER PLAN TO TELL ME ABOUT OUR BABY?" Something about his pint-size patient seemed uncannily familiar to pediatrician Blake Remmington. And something in Serena Dovesong's hauntingly dark eyes proved more conclusively than a blood test that six-year-old Nate was the result of their unforgettable night of loving. Well, Blake refused to let his paternity be denied. Little Nate belonged to him. But would Serena stand in the way of their becoming the family they were destined to be?

Bladebringer
What is great about this book is that you can ready it without reading the books that come before it. A lot of the times, when a books is in a series it you almost have to read the ones prior to the book you are reading to know what is going on. This is a stand-along book.
Ubranzac
Good read!
Mustard Forgotten
Got book and discovered it is one of many, so many.. Series is Gr.pa, upon wayward son's death, discovered he had quite a few Gr.sons from all walks of life. He decides to track them all down and give them a plot of land. Each book is a gr.son's story. This story is about Blake. He moves to town, runs into an old love, finds out he's a father. Teaches honesty, truth, love. Great heartwarming story. Woven through each novel is a tidbit of a mystery, all linked and not solved. You have to get the whole series to solve the mystery. THIS SET WAS OUT AROUND 2000 THRU 2001. I have found lots more written thru the years. Guess I'll be catching up. Helps to read in order due to the mystery in each. Story is not scary.
Enditaling
Loved Sarah Mayberry book. I love all of her books. The other half of the book was ok. I was able to put it down easier than Sarah Mayberry's book, but still finished it.
AfinaS
Sexy,stirring story of searching to belong. In different cultures, families, and to each other. Hard to put down. Great read!
Dorizius
They all sound the same, would like to know sequels to these books
Thetahuginn
Dr. Blake Remmington discovers he has a son the hard way. While treating a college friend's son for what he suspects is a hereditary allergic reaction to a bee sting, he comes to the conclusion that this boy is his son. Rather than deny it, Serena Dovesong confirms his claim and, surprisingly, encourages his attempts to bond with Nate. She claims their father-son relationship has nothing to do with their friendship or their relationship.
Blake and Serena have no idea where their relationship will go. Blake is afraid Serena and Nate don't need him in their life and Serena fears Blake will only view them as an obligation he must fulfill. Nate surprisingly prefers to keep his own counsel on the matter. What Blake and Serena learn, however, is that love and obligation go hand in hand. Blake's love for Serena and Nate propels him to want to care for and protect them even as the circumstances surrounding Nate's birth, as well as her own childhood, cause Serena to fear being beholden to the man she has loved for years.
Jennifer Greene has written a good story about a man whose feelings of being rootless are quelled when he falls in love with Serena and the incredibly bright child they've created together. Her writing is steady and the characters she's drawn are strong. Much of Blake's individual development stems from the integration of an overarching subplot. But that, in turn, also works in favor of the development of Blake's connection with the Dovesongs.
This is the third in a twelve book series about how Garrett Kincaid finds the seven sons, his son Larry had with six women over the span of 37 years, grandsons he only found out about after the death of his son.
Blake Remmington is the twin brother of Trent, whom we met in the first book of this series. Blake is a Pediatrician, who just after joining a practice in Whitehorn, sees Nate Dovesong who has an allergic reaction to a bee sting and realizes that this is his son, whom he knew nothing about.
This book is Blake trying to gain the love and respect not only from Nate, but from his mother Serena as well. It seems to him that he is doing all the wrong things, because he didn't have a positive dad role model, he just seems at a loss to know what to do right. But with the help of Serena and even Nate himself he seems to come into his own.
This is a very good book, just like the other two, I'm really looking forward to the next nine books. For good reading check out this series.