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Because of Our Child (A Little Secret)

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One wildfire ignited their passion...

Jen Delazzeri never expected to see Max Rickman again. Their brief but intense affair was a mistake: they were young and he was grief stricken at losing his fiancée in a fire. Besides, he'd told Jen he didn't love her. All good reasons she'd kept their daughter a secret for thirteen years.

And another fanned the flames...

Now they're to

...more
Paperback, Harlequin Superromance #1401, A Little Secret #18, 299 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Harlequin Superromance
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I found this book very interesting - not so much for the romance as for the firefighting aspects! I actually thought the romance to kind of be a flop but that said I do recommend this book as a good read :)
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