Phantom Child (Phantom Horse Bridge #6)

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Deborah Begley is beside herself. She’s pregnant from a one night stand. Her father Reverend Begley is convinced the child’s father is Heath Gladstone who he forbade her to see six months ago. Now finding out she’s pregnant he tosses her out on the street in November in nothing but the thin pajama’s she had on. What’s a girl to do? No house, a baby daddy who won’t even acknowledge the child is his, no clothes and the temperature is dropping as fast as the sun. She feels lost and abandoned. Doesn’t any one want her and her baby?

Heath Gladstone feels lost ever since Reverend Begley attacked his cousin his Dad hasn’t allowed him to hang out with Deborah Gladstone. They weren’t in love but dating over the last four years had made them friends. Now his Dad called accusing him of getting Deborah pregnant and demanding he do “the right thing” and marry her. No one will listen that the child isn’t his. What’s a guy to do? When he hears Begley kicked her out he sets out to help his friend. Can love grow out of friendship and a felling of obligation to help?

Can a young woman who feels unwanted and a young man who feels the pressures of family and obligations make good parents? Can they find love? And when the worst happens and lives are threatened can the ghost of Grandpa Harold save the day or is it too late for the Phantom Child?

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