THE SECRET SINCLAIR (2) by Cathy Williams: Though their holiday affair was special, Raoul Sinclair’s vision for his future does not include a long-term relationship with aspiring teacher Sarah Scott. So he makes a clean break and pursues his dreams to make millions. Five years later, he once again crosses paths with Sarah, who is working as an office cleaner and says she is the mother of his son. Raoul is suddenly in the position of learning to be a father — and a husband. There seems to be more bickering than actual romance between the leads, and though attempts are made to justify the hero’s behavior, it is a struggle to warm up to him.
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Sabrina Madan