Finding IanBook - 2001
Whether penning historical romances or suspenseful romantic thrillers, Stella Cameron has dazzled us time and time again. Now, this New York Times bestselling author turns her impressive talents to a compelling and emotionally powerful work of fiction that will delight her legion of fans -- and touch the hearts of new readers everywhere. "Finding Ian" is the tale of a man who knows all too well what it is to love blindly enough to believe in forever -- and completely enough to promise anything...even the impossible.For a few shining moments, Byron Frazer had it all -- an adoring wife and a newborn son -- until one was snatched by the cruel hands of death, and the other was cast away by Byron himself as he launched into a downward spiral of grief and pain. He'd assured himself that he had made the right decision, and that his son would find contentment in the arms of another couple.Now a world-renowned psychologist, Byron can no longer keep the memories of his child at bay. So he travels across the ocean to fulfill a promise to his lost wife -- and be free to move on at last. Yet as he discovers his son, he also experiences an unexpectedly fierce paternal longing. Too soon, he realizes that Ian is destined to become a part of the close-knit Cornish village. As much a part of it as Jade Perron is. Reeling from a shattered marriage, Jade, Ian's lovely, protective cousin, is struggling to rebuild her life without a man in the only home she has ever known. Byron understands that Jade Perron could be dangerous. But as he becomes hopelessly entangled in her life and Ian's, he embarks on a journey that could reconcile his troubled past and offer the hope of a new future -- or leavehimbroken.
Publisher: New York : Kensington, c2001
Characteristics: 293 p. ; 22 cm