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by Bette Ford

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural
Sensuality: HOT

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The sexual tension between Ford's hero and heroine is so palpable that waiting for the climax is almost exasperating, but the author interjects a dramatic shift just in time. Conflict extends beyond the bedroom into the courtroom as the lovers battle the forces of exceptional selfishness to keep her family intact. The chameleon-like antagonist is the ingredient that sustains the plot, while the fairy-tale ending is wonderfully crafted. Readers simply won't want to say no to Ford's third novel.

Rich, sexy bachelor Ralph Prescott is shocked when Vanessa Grant propositions him to be her lover. She's a good girl, and he's a reputed womanizer. Drama certainly surrounds them when once is not enough, although Vanessa is determined
to protect her heart.

When her deceased mother's
former lover threatens to rip her family
apart, Ralph is there. Vanessa loves
the things he does for them, but Ralph wants her to love him. Vanessa must learn to open her heart, or what she started will finish without the man
of her fantasies. (Avon, Sep., 384
pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Robin R. Pendleton

Publisher: Avon

Published: September 2008

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