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A Daughter for Christmas (Mills & Boon Love Inspired) (Helping Hands Homeschooling, Book 3)

Dr. Max Connors had no idea he'd fathered a child thirteen years ago. Or that his baby girl had been given up for adoption. He locates his daughter in a small Oklahoma town and moves there, hoping to become a part of her life. But when he meets her widowed mother, Max is unsure how to reveal his identity.

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