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by Gwynne Forster

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural
Sensuality: MILD

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This story starts out on Wall Street and quickly takes a right turn to small-town Texas. The transition is a bit choppy, but Forster never talks down to her readers. The basic elements are standard fare, parts of the plot are awkwardly explained and the dialogue is a bit formal. The real challenge is believing that there's true emotion between the main couple. There's no magic here.

After losing a civil lawsuit, Selena Sutton leaves a high-powered firm on Wall Street to become a counselor in a small Texas town. When an accident befalls her, Magnus Cooper
is there to take her to his ranch to recuperate. That his ne'er-do-well brother, Prince, is responsible for her condition complicates matters. (Kimani/Arabesque, Jun., 312 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jacqui McGugins

Publisher: Kimani/Arabesque

Published: June 2008

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