Finding Ian

Finding Ian

Book - 2001
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Years after giving up his infant son following the death of his wife, Byron Frazer heads for England to find him, only to discover that Ian has become an integral part of his Cornish community, where he also encounters Ian's protective cousin, Jade.

Blackwell North Amer
For a few shining moments, Byron Frazer had it all - an adoring wife, a newborn son - until one was snatched by the cruel hands of death, and the other was cast away by Byron himself as he launched into a downward spiral of grief and pain. He'd assured himself that he had made the right decision, and that his son would find contentment in the arms of another couple. After all, he told himself, Lori would have wanted it that way.
Traveling across the ocean to a distant land of stone walls and cobbled roads, Byron will fulfill the promise to his lost wife - and be free to move on at last. Yet as he discovers his son, he also experiences an unexpectedly fierce paternal longing. Too soon, he realizes that Ian is destined to become as much a part of the close-knit Cornish village as the lush honeysuckle that scents the summer air. As much a part of it as Jade Perron is. Reeling from a shattered marriage, Jade, Ian's lovely, protective cousin, is struggling to rebuild her life without a man and determined to do it here, in the only home she has ever known. She's vowed that nothing can change her mind - certainly not a brash American whose eyes betray haunting heartache. . .and forbidden desire.

Baker
& Taylor

Years after giving up his infant son following the death of his wife, psychologist Byron Frazer head for England to find his son and reconcile himself with his past, only to discover that Ian has become an integral part of his Cornish community, where he also encounters Ian's protective cousin, Jade, struggling to rebuild her life following a shattered marriage. 100,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Kensington, 2001
ISBN: 9781575667133
1575667134
Characteristics: 293 p. ; 22 cm

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