Allie’s sister Em does a total makeover transformation on her, encouraging to leave all her bad Jack-mojo behind and have some fun. Em’s advice leads to the best night of her life and a pregnancy. She thinks she’ll put the baby up for adoption. She’s warned that unless Daniel relinquishes his parental rights, the adoptive parents may lose the child they’ve assumed was there’s for months. When she meets Daniel again, she falls in love and is not sure how to explain that he’s the father. When she runs into Daniel again, he doesn't recognize her, but he's still drawn to her. He pursues her, and finally convinces her to go out on a date. He wants to help her find the father, even says he’ll go with her to tell her parents about the baby. He recognizes Allie is in turmoil, raised by a controlling father, and not sure what she wants anymore. She’s torn between wanting to keep this baby, and the consequences. Disgusted that he may have done that to a woman, he searches for the woman, only to discover it’s Allie. He wants Allie to be happy, but he can’t lose her now.
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I was born in Massachusetts, grew up in California, went to school in Texas and raised my children in Indiana and West Virginia. In my lifetime I have had many jobs, from secretary, telemarketer (which I REALLY hated), receptionist, ward clerk, physical therapy assistant, and mom. Mom, of course includes a whole litany of job titles including; a Barbie fashion designer, legume manufacturer and intake manager, Lego architect, and hot lunch lady. When the kids finally were in school full time, I had to join them, teaching in the classroom. I actually was encouraged to first write by my priest, who was tired of hearing my confession of being too sarcastic. He suggested I write it down rather than say it, in hopes I’d take up less time in the confessional next time. While I now work as a science teacher, torturing adolescents with the knowledge of how plants have sex, I still find time to write in my own imaginary world. Actually it’s on a laptop in the laundry room, but it feels like a tropical island.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 150 pages. 8.00x5.00x0.34 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1482639327