The Kinards, the Richardses and the Webbers -- Seattle's
Kennedys. Their "compound" -- elegant Forrester
Square . . .until the fateful night that tore these
Twenty years later . . .
Their children were reunited. Repressed memories and family
secrets were about to be revealed. And one person was out
to make sure they never remembered . . .
Day-care owner Katherine Kinard longed for love, marriage
and children of her own. But when a Seattle sperm bank
seemed her only option, fate intervened -- a fender bender
with Nick Spencer . . .on her way to the clinic. The
Alaskan bush pilot quickly offered marriage -- and a ready-
made family. But what about love?
Nick hadn't had much experience with love -- except for his
children. He'd been raised in foster care, and his first
marriage had been for mutual convenience. But Nick knew if
he could convince Katherine to come to Alaska, she'd fall
in love with his precious little girls, with the beauty of
the land . . .and, in time, with him.