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by Beth Williamson

Genre: Erotic Romance, Historical Erotic Romance

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Williamson creates a novel filled with complex characters, searing love scenes and social issues that are relevant today. From their first ardent kiss, Ray and Lily are combustible, and their path to love is fascinating. Book four of the Mallory family series is just as absorbing and passionate as the previous novels.

Single father Ray Mallory was hurt in the past, so he focuses on his ranch and his daughter, Melody. He advertises for a governess/housekeeper, someone
to be a positive feminine presence in his daughter's life. He never expects his new employee to captivate him.

Lillian Wickham is desperate for a new start, and caring for Melody is it. Although Melody hides to avoid schooling, Lily is determined to teach her young charge and ignore her ever-increasing attraction to the girl's father.
But as Lily and Ray give in to their undeniable passion, unforeseen danger touches Melody. They will have to trust
in each other to bring their beloved child safely home. (Samhain, Oct. '06, 228 pp., $12.00)

Reviewed By: Keitha Hart

Publisher: Samhain

Published: October 2006

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