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It was time she faced the truth

After her husband's death, Raina believed Logan Thorne, his business partner, visited often because of her son, Danny.

When Logan offered marriage, she didn't take him seriously. Why should he tie himself down because Danny needed a father? Then, in a weak moment, she accepted Logan's proposal--for Danny's sake, of course.

Jealousy and bitter m...more
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #458
Published October 1981 by Harlequin Books (first published June 1981)
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I usually love Daphne Clair. The few books of hers that I have read have been very memorable...with delicious chemistry between the H/h and some tension filled moments. She makes her hero's alpha to the core, but never in an asshat way.

This book had a wonderful story line and premise...Like all other Clair books, it moved along nicely, but there was just something missing with the heroine. I found the more the book progressed, the more I disliked her. Simply put, she was mean. I couldn't believ...more
Another for my Daphne Clair jag I've been on. This one was middle of the road. It had some good moments and some not so good moments. The good was that the hero loved the heroine but she just couldn't see it. So that was the bad too. Was she blind? That hero stuck through some pretty awful stuff. Granted she had some OW jealousy issues to deal with that made her act out but still she was pretty harsh. He was somewhat cryptic with her also. He skirted around telling her that he loved her. He shou...more
Published exactly 30 years ago and still wonderful
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Daphne Clair de Jong decided to be a writer when she was eight years old and won her first literary prize for a school essay. Her first short story was published when she was sixteen and she's been writing and publishing ever since. Nowadays she earns her living from writing, something her well-meaning teachers and guidance counsellors warned her she would never achieve in New Zealand. Her short s...more
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