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When her ruthless, passionate husband reappears after five years to ask her for a divorce, Tara is willing to give it to him; she thinks Mac Simmonsen chose money and success over her. But she must tell Mac about what happened after he left.

Mac is stunned that Tara has carried her secret alone for so long, and Tara is amazed that he's as consumed with desire for her as he ever was. But is their intense physical attraction a strong enough basis on which to renew their marriage vows?


Topics: Divorce, Old Flames, Reconciliation, Secrets, and Steamy

Published: Harlequin Presents an imprint of Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781426871009
List price: $2.99
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