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TONIGHT AND FOREVER
by Brenda Jackson

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

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You can go home again. Twenty-five-year-old Lorren Jacobs discovers this truth when she returns to her Texas roots seeking solace and healing for her wounded soul. Unfortunately for Lorren, the handsome new doctor in town, Justin Madaris, is only too willing to help her over the memories of her failed marriage.

Justin is a widower who hasn't given up on love despite his own harrowing experience. He's practicing the old adage "physician heal thyself." His desire for Lorren is all consuming. He wants to commit to her in every way and the barriers she throws up between them only makes him more determined to bring her out of the darkness of despair and into the light of his love. Ruthlessly, he strips away every layer of her emotions, pursuing her past the shocking secrets that threaten to drag them both into an abyss of loneliness and pain.

TONIGHT AND FOREVER is a love story that fulfills all the breathless, wonderful qualities of romance. The unforgettable emotion permeating this couple's erotic journey will brand the reader with its fire and passion. Ms. Jackson's impressive debut novel is a silk and satin fantasy grounded in sensual reality. (Aug., 251pp., $4.99)

Reviewed By: Cheryl Ferguson

Publisher: Pinnacle/Arabesque

Published: Aug 1995

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