Quinn never expected that her best friend’s courageous decision to be a single mother by choice would end up transforming her own life in this poignant novel from USA Today bestselling author Robin Wells.
 
When Quinn Langston’s best friend unexpectedly passes away, Quinn embraces Brooke’s three-year-old daughter Lily and elderly grandmother Margaret as the family she’s always wanted.  She’ll do whatever it takes to help them heal, but she didn’t anticipate Lily’s biological father would be part of the plan. Margaret is old-fashioned, though, and she has no compunction about finding a way to reach Lily’s dad, a sperm donor. After all, he's a blood relative, and she believes family should raise family.
 
 Zack Bradley doesn't know what to expect when he finds out he has a child. Sperm donors don't usually get to meet their...well, he's not sure what to call Lily yet, but he’s certain he wants to get to know her. There’s just one of problem: he’s about to move to Seattle with his wife, Jessica, who’s undergone multiple infertility treatments, desperately wants a family of her own and can’t stand the idea of Zack playing daddy to another woman’s child.
 
Together, they’ll all learn that the human heart is infinitely expandable and there are many different roads to family.
"She Gets That From Me is an intense, emotionally charged novel that deals with the issues of modern relationships while asking age-old questions of what it means to be a family. Provocative, engaging and impossible to put down."--Jayne Ann Krentz, New York Times bestselling author

Praise for She Gets That from Me

“A lovely story of friendship and family. Perfect for fans of contemporary women’s fiction. I enjoyed every word.”--Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

“Both heartwarming and heartbreaking…. A unique tale about the amazing way love binds us all.”--Woman’s World

She Gets That From Me is as captivating as it is witty and wise. Wells beautiful prose brings us so close to the character’s hearts that we feel as if we’ve known them for all our lives. Set in the steam and thrill of New Orleans, we meet Quinn, Margaret, Jessica and Zack as their lives intersect in the most uncommon and life altering ways. A book that reveals the importance and impact of family, as well as the transcendent power of love. Robin Wells breathes wondrous life into a deeply moving story.”--Patti Callahan Henry, New York Times bestselling author

“Witty and wise. A loving glimpse into the families we choose and the friendships that define us.”--Wendy Wax, USA Today bestselling author

“Chock full of conflict and brimming with heart, I couldn’t put this book down! If you’re looking for a fresh twist on a beautiful love story, sky-high stakes and a fresh and compelling hook, look no further than Robin Wells’ She Gets That from Me.  A tender love story that captured my heart, She Gets That from Me is one of those rare books that, when I’d turned the last page, left me simultaneously satisfied and yearning for more. A gorgeous book of love and loss, family and friendship, hope and second chances. ”--Lori Nelson Spielman, New York Times bestselling author

“With richly drawn characters and a lovely sense of place, She Gets That From Me is a compelling look at how we build our tribes. A beautifully woven tale about the many paths life can take as we find our way to family.”--Victoria Schade, Author of Who Rescued Who

“A beautiful story about how love can fall into place even as things seem to fall apart. From page one, the characters’ thoughts are immersive as each chapter shifts narrative point of view. Full of engaging, realistic people, this emotionally charged story will have readers wanting more, even after the epilogue. Gorgeous in every way, this novelty of a novel is one that can’t be put down.”--Booklist

More praise for the novels of Robin Wells

"Sympathetic, memorable characters, a touching story, gentle humor, and evocative writing."--Library Journal

"A great, captivating read."--A Journey of Books

"A tightly woven plot incorporating riveting facets of the Nazi occupation makes this character-driven novel a delight to read, and sheds light on both the devastation of France during WWII and the cruelties that war gives birth to."--Historical Novel Society