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Suddenly everything began to change.

In the short time she'd worked for him, Kate had grown to like Nick Halliday—in spite of his reputation as a womanizer. He trusted Kate implicitly.

So far, though, he'd shown no interest in her private life, and she knew very well that he was in love with the glamorous Deborah.

Then suddenly, Nick seemed to notice Kate—just as she was
Paperback, Harlequin Romance, #82, 189 pages
Published March 1991 by Harleuin (first published May 1990)
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