Sue Bookman wishes she believed that Rick Kraynick would
make the best parent for her tiny foster baby. As the
girl's uncle, he's got a strong claim. But so does the
child's grandmother, and Sue knows that if Rick gets
custody, he won't let the woman anywhere near. Sue even
But where would Sue be today if she hadn't had a
grandmother who loved her unconditionally? While she likes
Rick--okay, she more than likes him--the man wants a
replacement family. Can he really see the child in her arms
or is he blinded by the daughter he lost?
And will he ever forgive her if she doesn't choose him?