"Okay, it takes two to tango."
Sian glared at Leith and continued, "But the difference between us is that I had no idea I was participating in a one-night stand, and had I known, I wouldn't have."Although her distaste of the affair had been rammed home, it was vital that he see her as anangry, wronged woman and not as some sniveling, brokenhearted female. "However, I'll recover.I'm not about to be enrolled in the ranks of your walking wounded!""You make it sound as though I've turned romance into some kind of blood sport," Leith protested. "I've always been honest in all my relationships.""Which, translated, means that if some besotted female gets hurt, it's her tough luck," Siantaunted.Leith's teeth ground together, "it means that the women I've dated have always known exactlywhat they were getting into."
began writing professionally as a teenager after taking a mail-order writing course, of all things. She later married a mining engineer, gave birth to a daughter and ason and happily put her writing career on hold. Her husband's work took them to Singapore for five years, where Elizabeth found romance novels and became hooked on the genre. Now she's afull-time writer in Scotland and has the best of both worldsa rich family life and a career that fitsthe needs of her husband and children.
Books by Elizabeth Oldffeld
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