romance book about women runs away with her baby on a train. she meets a man who is a billionaire who lost his wife and childrn in an accident
Thanks for asking! Had a little bit of a lucky hit on this one - we don't have it in the Omaha Public Library collection, but I believe the book you're looking for is Catherine Anderson's Baby Love. *potential spoilers* From the Publisher's Weekly review:
Anderson's newest contemporary romance (after Simply Love) begins with a rescue: vagabond Rafe Kendrick prevents Maggie Stanley from being raped by boxcar bums. Saving Maggie and her baby gives Rafe's life meaning again, and he decides he'll do anything to keep them from harm's way. In order to protect Maggie from her ne'er-do-well stepfather, Lonnie, Rafe contacts his family, who hasn't heard from him since he abandoned his profitable ranch after an accident that killed his wife and children. Although she distrusts his motives, Maggie returns with Rafe to his Oregon ranch and they marry. As Maggie heals in body and spirit, their love becomes mutual. While the premise is riveting, the Cinderella-like aspects of the story are overdone, and Maggie's stepfather's drive to do evil is almost cartoonish. Rafe is not only a successful rancher, he's got $50 million in the bank. Equally unrealistic is the premise that Rafe can stop drinking without suffering any symptoms of withdrawal. However, Anderson is a strong storyteller, and the book should appeal to fans of the genre despite its cliches. (Oct.) Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
You can find more information about the title on Fantastic Fiction and Amazon. Although we don't own the book, you could certainly request it through inter-library loan, which carries a cost for postage but can be a great option if you'd like to read the book again but aren't necessarily interested in owning a copy.
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