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Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: Contemporary, MM
Abandoned in infancy Jonathan Lamb grew up at Blood of the Lamb Home for Children where the good sisters and other orphans became his family. An onslaught of serious illnesses during his childhood cut down his chances of adoption. Jonathan earned a degree in childcare and was helping to raise the Home’s next generation when an outside job opportunity reluctantly drew him from the only home Jonathan ever knew.
The position is a lucrative one with the young orphaned cousins of the CEO of Macquarrie International Clothier. Apparently Madeleine, Holland, and Juliana have chased away more than a dozen nannies in less than three years, meaning Jonathan has his work cut out for him. Treating the children with respect and intelligence he slowly wins their trust and settles into his new life. Rarely does Jonathan see his employer Charles Macquarrie, which is a good thing because his boss is sexy, smart and so hot.
Everything is going well until the day Charles’ business world takes a mighty tumble and his assistant insists they close up the apartment and head for parts unknown. From that moment on Jonathan’s life and the Macquarrie family seemingly fall down the rabbit hole. Suddenly their lives are taking one wild turn after another and Jonathan is caught firmly in the middle.
Finding Family takes readers on a heartwarming, sometimes unexpectedly wild ride. A blend of family values, unrequited lust, and later on a dangerous mystery gives Finding Family an edge over other stories in this genre. Intelligent dialogue adds to the enjoyment of this tale as well. Solid, engaging characters, and the well paced plotline make Finding Family an all around entertaining story.