Freelance editor Connor Jackson agrees to edit architect Tim Neil's book for an outrageous monthly salary that her wallet can't refuse. That Tim is tall, handsome and wealthy means nothing in the face of his cold arrogance.

When she learns the job is a live-in position and that she'll be sharing Tim's Aspen dream house, Connor has reservations, but she's in no position to turn down the job. But nothing can prepare her for the explosive attraction that blows them away whenever they're together. Soon, Connor is forced to admit she's in love, but knows she can never let the relationship grow. After the scars of her past, she can never trust a man. Or can she?

ONLY YOU is a wonderful love story of two people whose pasts hinder their present and shadow their future until love steps in, tears down the barriers of a lifetime and builds a romance that will last forever. (Jan., 238 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Cheryl Ferguson