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Summary

Letting go has never been more scary - or intoxicating - in this electrifying story from #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts.

TV producer Johanna Patterson knows that the entertainment industry is a man’s world - especially for a man like Sam Weaver. His tough good looks have propelled him to movie stardom. But Johanna can’t be won over by a pretty face. The problem is that Sam is not quite the man Johanna thought he was. He’s better. And for a woman who forgot what it means to be surprised, Sam has an uncanny way of making her lose her self-control with his easy confidence and laid-back charm. And the mind-blowing kisses help, too.…

©1988 Nora Roberts (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved

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  • 04-08-18

always a good story

While I enjoyed the book the narrators voice seemed shrill at times. I look forward to the next book.