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111 pages, ebook
First published May 26, 2011
There was a savagery to his smile, and a darkness in his eyes when he watched her. He was in love with her. And it hurt him.
He was nothing but a deep abyss of want, and only she could fill him. He didn't want to turn at the sound of her voice. If he simply stared into the hydrangea for long enough ... then he would be a coward. He turned to face the woman who could bring him to his knees.
"I'll be you friend in daylight. I'll treat you as a comrade in every gas-lit ballroom. But alone, under moonlight, I'll not pretend that I want you for anything but mine."