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by Linda Warren

Author: Linda Warren
Subcategory: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Harlequin Superromance Large Print; Original edition (June 10, 2008)
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: mbr mobi doc lit

But Claire always seemed to be awake. At times it was a struggle for Sarah to breathe. Sarah was very studious, like her mother. She was doing an internship in law.

But Claire always seemed to be awake. The doctor suspected she had asthma, but said Sarah was too little for him to know for sure. He said her airways were inflamed, and would heal with antibiotics and time. Soon sheâ?™d take the bar. Samantha was more like himâ?”an athlete. Tennis was her sport, and she was very good, an ace player in high school and college.

Linda Pearl Siegert Warren (born July 2, 1945) is an American author of contemporary romance novels. Warren was born Linda Siegert in Brazos County, Texas in 1945. After graduation from Bryan High School in Bryan, Texas, Warren enrolled in a nursing program offered by Scott & White. After less than a year in the program, Warren was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Her pain became so bad that she was unable to walk to class and was forced to drop out.

Always a Mother book. Linda Warren loves happy endings. The Rita nominated and award winning author has written 26 books for Harlequin, including SuperRomance, American and Everlasting Love. Drawing upon her years of growing up on a farm/ranch in Texas, she writes about sexy heroes, feisty heroines and broken families with an emotional punch all set against the backdrop of Texas. She lives in College Station with her Linda Warren loves happy endings.

Then she gets the news: she's going to be a mother again. Coming to terms with her midlife pregnancy means confronting her hopes, fears and the choices she's made. Through twenty-five years of joy, struggle and near-tragedy, the one constant was Claire's love for Dean. Is that love strong enough to weather the biggest crisis of their marriage and help them embrace the future-together? In this series.

Linda Warren loves happy endings. The Rita® nominated author has written 26 books in the last ten years. Drawing upon her years of growing up on a ranch in Texas, she writes about sexy heroes, feisty heroines and broken families with an emotional punch. She lives in central Texas with her husband, and spends her days doing what she loves-creating unforgettable love stories-with happy endings.

Always a Mother By Linda Warren. This book addresses many of the problems of motherhood. Although each problem was presented realistically, there were too many for my taste. The combination was melodramatic. Characterization and the relationships between spouses, parents and children, and among children were realistic. I was shocked, however, by the author's presentation of inaccurate birth control information.

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They've loved each other all their lives…At eighteen, Claire and Dean were planning their future--until they suddenly found themselves parents. With Dean on the road pursuing a football career, raising their daughters became Claire's first priority and full-time job.Now, with the girls grown, she can finally pursue her long-deferred dream of going to college. Then she gets the news: she's going to be a mother again. Coming to terms with her midlife pregnancy means confronting her hopes, fears and the choices she's made. Through twenty-five years of joy, struggle and near-tragedy, the one constant was Claire's love for Dean. Is that love strong enough to weather the biggest crisis of their marriage and help them embrace the future—together?