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A Family Woman

Lizzie’s about to expand her family. But can she reconcile with the one she already has?

Lizzie is terrified about becoming a parent. But when she and her pregnant wife find out that they’re having twins, her anxiety reaches a whole new level.

With two babies on the way, Lizzie attempts to patch things up with her estranged father and brother. To her surprise, Lizzie’s father has his own plans to grow the family tree.

When Lizzie’s brother reacts strongly to their father’s secrets, Lizzie wonders if they’ll ever come together as a unified family. How can she possibly survive parenthood when her own family is about to fall apart?

Lizzie is terrified about becoming a parent. But when she and her pregnant wife find out that they’re having twins, her anxiety reaches a whole new level.

With two babies on the way, Lizzie attempts to patch things up with her estranged father and brother. To her surprise, Lizzie’s father has his own plans to grow the family tree.

When Lizzie’s brother reacts strongly to their father’s secrets, Lizzie wonders if they’ll ever come together as a unified family. How can she possibly survive parenthood when her own family is about to fall apart?

Main tropes & themes
Heat Level
Image of four flames to symbolize heat level 4
About this book

Genre

Contemporary Romance

Author(s)

TB Markinson

Length

281 pages

Formats

ebook, paperback, audiobook

Audio length

9 hrs 4 mins

Narrator

Stephanie Murphy

Release date

December 13, 2017

Series

A Woman Lost Series

What readers say
Loek Krancher
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What a great series! Lizzie, one of the main characters, is a woman with many flaws.
S.M. Lowry
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A Family Woman is a fantastic read, and so far, it’s my favorite in the series (although I have enjoyed all three).
Carol Hutchinson
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A brilliant story, lovely cute, and expertly funny as always, that will leave you laughing and all warm and fuzzy.
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