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GRAYSON'S SURRENDER
by Catherine Mann

Genre: Series, Silhouette Intimate Moments, Previously Published Series Imprints

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For Major Gray Clark it was just another mission: entering the small, war-torn country to rescue a group of orphans. Then Lori Rutledge walks onto his plane and he decides there could be nothing routine about this trip. One year before, the two had ended a relationship. Lori longed for stability and a family of her own, and Gray was certain he was incapable of giving her either. Thrust together again to help a little girl who has no one to care for her, each is forced to reexamine their feelings. Catherine Mann has masterfully created very real characters and placed them in a deeply emotional conflict in GRAYSON'S SURRENDER (4), a warm story about the birth of a family.

Reviewed By: Debbie Richardson

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: September 2002

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