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Publishers Weekly, 1998-01-05 A busy career as a production engineer for a Houston oil company has left Madelyn Taggart (her brother Kane was the hero of Forever Yours) with little time to socialize. Besides, the only man she's ever really wanted is the half African American, half Native American man she's seen in a photograph with her brother. But now the man in the picture, Daniel Falcon, head of the powerful Falcon Industries, is relocating to Houston. After a chance meeting and seduction, Madelyn finds herself pregnant by Daniel, who is desperate to avoid repeating the unhappy marriage his parents had. Daniel can be more than a bit self-righteous and when he finally condescends to marry Madelyn, she firmly declinesęas sexy and rich as Daniel is, she'd rather face motherhood alone than in a loveless marriage. This is a well-written, tender story about a man's growing into respect and trust. It's about, as Ray writes, how "sharing the warmth and comfort of another's body [can] be as addictive as sex." (Feb.)
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