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Meghan Eden swore she would never love again. The tragic death of her son, at the hands of her husband, destroyed her emotionally. She believed her successful Spa would fulfill her life until a business seminar takes her to a golf resort in Arizona.

Meghan's love of golf gets her paired up with a man she doesn't know. The rest of the world does. Eric Nolan is the most sought after actor in Hollywood and the most eligible bachelor in the hearts of many women. Eric draws out hidden desires Meghan never imagined and leaves an unforgettable kiss etched in her memory. One kiss from Eric leaves her questioning her decision to never love again. An emotional struggle to love again cannot stop the passion that unravels. But perhaps Meghan's ex can. Released on early parole without her knowledge, he's had the time to develop an obsession. Will Eric be able to keep her safe?

©2013 Angela Ford (P)2014 Books to Go Now

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  • 11-02-16

Lack of excitement...

While I did finish this book, the lack of excitement about killed me. It might even be a good book, but I couldn't handle the narrator. The narrator spoke in a robotic manner and it just sounded awful to me. Perhaps with a new narrator, the book would be much better?