Hide the Child

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Your husband can't give you children. Rather than wait for years and adopt legally you find a woman who’s bearing the perfect baby, and she needs money. Joy! But in time your husband’s health fails. He dies, leaving you homeless and broke, pursued by creditors. Then the boy’s biological father manages to discover you, and demands his son. What can you do except...? More

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About Dai Alanye

No superheroes nor anything supernatural (thus far, at least.) Expect merely ordinary people - you and me, as it were - caught up in extraordinary circumstances. Plots are character-driven, and the characters themselves are complex and often contradictory.
I aim to appeal to the reader who has an ample sense of humor and an appreciation for irony. You can expect adventure and romance, but graphic violence and sex are at a minimum - think PG or PG-13 at most - and suitable for mature youths as well as adults.

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Review by: Chester on March 21, 2016 :
That was Brilliant
To say i loved it would be an understatement.
A real page turner with believable plot and characters that will keep you wondering what will happen next, it will keep you guessing until the end. It's a roller coaster of emotions that leaves you wanting more. Really enjoyable and romantic read, I would highly recommend it to any romance reader looking for the real deal.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
Review by: Afifa Shamim on Oct. 6, 2015 :
If anyone think i am prejudging or being biased, really i don't care i have become a fan of alanye after reading you'll see, and i m reading all his books from samples to free books and thanks to dai who gifted me with his works. And i adore all your works and this is one of it that i love to read and re read
i will give it five stars!
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
Review by: LEJ Clayton on June 28, 2012 :
I love this book. As usual it has all the Dai Allanye earthiness and sense of the everyday but there's mystery and suspense too. Great dialogue and characters, especially the seedy La Touche. The main characters develop in self-knowledge as we follow them. Matters of race are touched on but with realism, not melodrama. Ordinary, believable people playing out a convincing and touching romance.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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