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Matilda Lang is terrified when she feels herself falling for hotshot New York banker Sebastian Wolseley. An accident three years ago has left her in a wheelchair, and Sebastian's the man who can make, or break, her heart....

Sebastian is compassionate, sexy and, most importantly, he treats her like a desirable woman. It would take a miracle for Matty to risk her heart after
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ebook, 192 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Harlequin Presents (first published 2005)
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Ridley
The best I can say about this patronizing mess of romance cliches is that it had impeccable grammar and spelling. It's going to be hard to review this without punishing it for the sins of other books, but that's just how it goes sometimes.

The book starts off well enough. Sebastian Wolsely is a banker who usually lives and works on Manhattan. He's come to London to settle his wealthy uncle's estate as well as attend an old friend's wedding. Having come directly from the funeral, he's looking some
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Sheri
What was there was fine. I enjoyed the surprise regarding the hero's family. I actually liked the hero quite a bit. But given the subject matter--the challenges the disabled heroine had to overcome, there was so much missing from the book. Ended up feeling the characters were superficial. The author just didn't go deep enough.
Nicole
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The romance that blooms between Sebastian and Matty is tenderly written and deals with handicaps, both physical and emotional.
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Best-selling author, Liz Fielding, has more than 15 million books in print. Nominated seven times for RWA's prestigious RITA award, she won with The Best Man & The Bridesmaid in 2001 and The Marriage Miracle in 2006. A Family of His Own won the RNA's Romance Prize, and was named Reviewers' Choice Best Harlequin Romance by Romantic Times BOOKreviews in 2005. She has also been given a Lifetime A ...more
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