By Jane Kneller, Sidney Axinn

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ISBN-13: 9780791437438

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But he’d been raised by two affluent, doting parents and had a younger sister who adored him. He didn’t understand how complex her background was, how literal the skeletons in her closet. As a result, he preferred to dismiss her reservations about marriage. Can’t you just…get over it? he’d asked before their last breakup. She wished she could. “I have no problem with the countryside, the slow pace of life, the architecture,” she said as he looked around. It was the memories that plagued her. And, today, the heat.

A deep voice came suddenly out of the dark. ” Grace whirled to see a man at least six foot four inches tal, so solidly built he could have been made of stone, standing only a few feet away. It was her brother, and he had a rifle trained on her. For the briefest of moments, Grace wished he’d shoot. But then she laughed. Clay was as vigilant as ever. Not that she was realy surprised. He’d always been The Guardian. “What? ” she said and stepped out of the building’s shadow. ” The barrel of the hunting rifle dove toward the ground and he twitched as though tempted to gather her in a hug.

Evonne’s family wanted to sel. ” he asked. “In Stillwater? ” she replied. He was the one who’d pressed her to visit, to finaly resolve the situation between her and her family. Now he wasn’t pleased that she’d taken his advice? ” He wiped the bead of sweat roling down from his dark hair, which was beginning to thin on top. “Guess not, huh? ” It realy wasn’t that clear-cut. But he’d been raised by two affluent, doting parents and had a younger sister who adored him. He didn’t understand how complex her background was, how literal the skeletons in her closet.

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