Lynn Kaylor wrote her first romance novella in middle school. Then real life took over, and she had a long career as a computer programmer for companies such as IBM, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, and Beech Aircraft. Later, she worked for an international ERP software company, traveling the world to help large manufacturers implement their systems. Lynn has retired from that now and has come back to her first love—writing romance.
Lynn Kaylor wrote her first romance story when she was in middle school. After a long career in software development for major global companies, she has retired and is back to writing romance. So far, her first three novels (which includes this one) have been triggered by real events in her sphere. Her next project is something entirely from imagination. We’ll see how that turns out….. –This text refers to the hardcover edition.
Zane Wilder’s wealthy family has an un-human nature that his parents have kept hidden from him. He’s Ademeni An Indweller. An Inhabiter. He can put on anyone’s body-male or female-and commit good or evil deeds using their identity, voice, fingerprints, and sperm or egg.
Widowed Zane’s unknown monstrous capabilities are revealed to him in a dream at a time when his lifelong best friend Jessie needs what Zane can make happen. Jessie is close to dying because of alcoholism, and it’s crushing his wife’s heart. With his newfound ability, Zane can get Jessie out of the bars and at home to spend the evening with Rachel-making her happy and hopefully prolonging Jessie’s life. But when disguised as her husband, he must not use the powers to be intimate with her. The truth that stings Zane’s conscience is that deep in his heart, he knows he has long wanted Jessie’s girl.
Feisty Sarah Campbell and widowed Dr. Daniel Stevens have just begun their romance when a heart-breaking tragedy leaves her with twin grandbabies to raise. Sarah is adamant that the children have a full-time father.
Childless by choice, and accustomed to being treated as if he got his M.D. and G.O.D at the same time, Daniel is clueless about little ones and hates feeling incompetent. He no longer wants to live with Sarah but is willing to spend Sunday afternoons with the tots after having Sarah to himself Friday nights and Saturday.
Sarah meets a great guy through an online dating site. With twelve younger brothers and sisters, Patrick O’Connor knows all about kids. Sarah adores him and his family, and he doesn’t hesitate to commit to her even though he’s young enough to be her son.
When Daniel meets Patrick, his world tilts. Daniel must weigh his dreams of early retirement and travel against a future of parent-teacher conferences and weekend youth activities.
Will Sarah give up on a full-time father for her babies to have Daniel as her lover? Or will she walk into Patrick’s open arms, even if she might not be best for him?
Matt Walker worked his way up to police chief in a small western town in Arizona, after retiring from Army Special Forces. Divorced for ten years, he hasn’t needed or wanted a personal life until the day he discovers a wrecked vehicle at the bottom of a ravine.
The sole occupant-widow Zeena Douglas-is trapped inside and unable to escape or call for help on a killer hot summer day. Showing signs of shock and heatstroke when he gets Zeena out of the vehicle, her behavior is funny and wildly inappropriate. She makes him laugh, blush, and think, my kind of woman.
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