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One Summer Evening

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Cassie and her young son narrowly escape the nightmare of an abusive marriage. She hides her scars well, and guards the terrible secret that could change their lives. But when her ex-husband is paroled, and their son suddenly disappears, Cassie must reveal her secret for the sake of her child.
Hardcover, 377 pages
Published July 1st 1999 by Mira Books (first published 1999)
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It was a decent read but irritated me mostly specially James-cause he is good preacher but a lousy father and Cassie for rejecting Austin and his love constantly,i was fed up with her even though Austin keeps assuring her and tells her constantly he loves her she always pushes him away and says hurtful things causing him pain but then she comes to her senses and amidst those betrayals and hurt still Austin forgives her they have the HEA

Okay read
Feb 27, 2013 Eliza rated it did not like it
There are people who are dumb and people who are Too Stupid to Live (TSTL).

I kept telling myself to stop listening, but it was like watching a train wreck - you don't want to see but you can't stop looking. If anyone had been looking in my car, they would have seen this woman yelling at her dashboard. Luckily, I listened to an abridged version.

These two people are just not real. The book starts out with the man, 14 years older, having sex with his best friend's daughter on her 18th birthday. Yea
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Jul 22, 2010 Caroline G'wattage rated it really liked it
loved it, a book l could not put down read it in a fortnight,considering l have three young kids around. The love between Carrie and Austin, was wonderful. First book l have read from Mary Lynn Baxter, and now l think l am hooked.
She makes passionate love to her aunt's boyfriend/fiance (the hero) on the beach one day, who later becomes her uncle-by marriage, which leads to her becoming preggers....

I wasn't too fond of this book ...
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Mary Lynn Baxter was born on 28 July 1943 in Lufkin, Texas, USA, where she bred, home of the cowboy - hero of the Western romance, which is one of the most popular of the category's sub-genres. She would be the first to say that it's her background that gives her a unique feel for romance writing.

Since she was a young girl, books and reading have been an important part of her life. Only after she
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