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Come back to me
King-Gamble, Marcia.
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Publication Information:
Washington D.C. : BET Publications, [2004]

Physical Description:
270 pages ; 18 cm
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"BET books."
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X Adult Mass Market Paperback Popular Materials-Urban Fiction

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Special education teacher Kristie Phillips is devastated when her son, Curtis, is abducted by his father. She'll do anything to get him back... If only she could find him. She needs professional help, and it arrives in the shape of Zan McManus, a top attorney who knows first-hand just what she and Curtis are going through. Zan is going to do anything he can to help, including taking on her case for free, and ignoring his attraction to her. His job is to look for the boy, not a ready-made family. But as the search for Curtis leads Kristie far away, Zan finds himself drawing closer to her.

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Booklist Review

Kristie Phillips has straightened out her life by divorcing her abusive husband, retaining custody of her young son, Curtis, and teaching special education at a Long Island school close to home. Now the unimaginable has happened: her ex-husband has abducted her son. The normally shy woman has come to attorney Zan McManus for help. The well-to-do, gorgeous African American attorney is way out ofristie's league, but he sets her at ease and takes on the case because as a small child he, too, was taken by his father. Although the case is eerily similar to his own,ristie has one quality that his mother didn't: she will not give up her search. As the search proceeds, Zan's admiration for and attraction to his client grows then, after a lead sends them to Mexico, the sizzle between them becomes a full-fledged's steamy romance spotlights child abductions and the hardships that loved ones endure. --Patty Engelmann Copyright 2004 Booklist