Grace Templeton thought the child she'd been carrying for seven months was the child of her dead husband, and Jack Hansen thought the sperm he'd donated had gone to the wife of his sterile twin... Until they learn that two vials of sperm at the fertility clinic were accidentally switched. The...
Grace Templeton: "Grace Jean Page" - Marc's pregnant widow; Has brown hair and brown eyes; Justine's younger sister
Jack Hansen: "Jackson Allen Hansen" - Sam's identical twin brother; Has wavy, dark brown hair and dark brown eyes; Is about six-foot-five of lean, solid muscle; 33 years old; Was in the Army
Marc Templeton: Grace's late husband; Had blond hair and blue eyes; Was still in college to complete his PhD; Died of colon cancer almost three years ago
Susan Hansen: Sam's pregnant wife; Ricky's mother; Lauren's friend
Sam Hansen: Jack's identical twin brother; Susan's husband; Ricky's father; Is now sterile after having chemo; Has dark brown hair and dark brown eyes; Is about six-foot-five; 33 years old; Has a Masters in wine making
Adam Jackson Hansen: "Ricky" - Susan & Sam's son; Has a blood disorder and needs a bone marrow transplant; 3 years old; Has dark wavy hair and black eyes
Justine Page: Grace's older sister; Has a high powered job in Seattle; 30 years old
Don Gray: An attorney for the Crombie Fertility Clinic
Lauren Hansen: Jack's ex-wife; Susan's friend; A strikingly beautiful woman with jet black hair and cerulean-blue eyes; Was a child model, won the Miss Teen Oregon contest, was chosen Rodeo Queen and was a champion cutting horse rider
Mei Ling: Grace's pregnant cat; A Blue Burmese; Has a short, blue-gray coat and amber eyes
Creed: One of Jack's horses; The horse Lauren used to ride
Whispering Springs: Is in a cavern a fifteen minute ride by horseback from the ranch, and a short hike up the hill from the riding trail. Descendants of Native Americans living in the area claim that if a person sits in the hot springs pool and listens to the sounds inside the mountain they'll be freed of evil spirits.
Hands folded across her rounded belly, Grace Templeton looked at the other pregnant woman sitting across from her in the waiting room then shifted her gaze between the two men on either side of the woman.
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