IT MIGHT BE YOU by Jennifer Gracen

IT MIGHT BE YOU

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An act of kindness leads to love when a bone marrow donor falls for his recipient’s nurse.

Miami police officer Nick Martell thought he was helping a stranger, but his mother reveals that the cancer patient, Myles, is actually the grandson of his own biological father, Charles Harrison II, who doesn't know he exists. Now he's traveling to Long Island to meet his half brother, Charles Harrison III, who will do anything to save his son, their other three siblings, and—if he dares—his father. At his half brother's home, he meets Amanda Kozlov, Myles’ beautiful nurse. Their attraction is instantaneous, but they both know that a long-distance relationship is out of the question—especially while Amanda is working for his family. Nick’s shaky relationship with the Harrison clan is so intense that it initially overshadows his relationship with Amanda. But as soon as he gets comfortable, he and Amanda slip away for a secret rendezvous that shakes things up in a good way. Amanda has misgivings about dating a cop, but Nick’s more urgent concern is getting through his surgery and learning to trust his new family. Amanda will have to temper her nurturing instinct with patience while he sorts it all out. But even heroes like Nick need a little support, and Amanda’s bedside manner seems to be just what the doctor ordered. In a bonus novella, Nick’s youngest brother, Pierce, and his bride, Abby, have their dream wedding.

This sweet story of two people bonding over a sick child will melt the most jaded of hearts.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 2018
ISBN: 978-1-4201-4530-4
Page count: 400pp
Publisher: Zebra/Kensington
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 15th, 2017




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