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WARM AND WILLING
by Kate Hoffmann

Genre: Series

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Tracking down "mountain man" Sam Morgan to pitch a show idea to him proves tougher than TV producer Sarah Cantrell expected. In fact, he pretends he's someone else long enough to seduce her, then heads back to his sanctuary without facing her! Sarah follows, and eventually Sam hears her out, but he doesn't buy what she's selling. Trapped by the weather, they become intimate, but Sarah's a city girl—and that life is all in Sam's past. Kate Hoffmann's Warm and Willing (4) is by turns humorous and touching, and the adorably devious Sam is definitely a keeper.

Reviewed By: Catherine Witmer

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: April 2005

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