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The temptation of one last night of heady passion with her husband is too much for Melanie Masterson to resist… But in the morning she kisses his sexy mouth goodbye and turns her back on her marriage, believing Forde deserves someone bettersomeone who can be a good wife and mother.

Discovering Melanie is pregnant with his child pushes Forde Masterson to his limits. As Christmas approaches, he vows to reclaim his wife and child even if that means playing dirty…with a sensual onslaught so powerful that come Christmas Day, she will never want to leave his arms again!

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ISBN: 9781459244696
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