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FAMILIES FEUD ON NEW YEAR'S EVE...A GIANT AVALANCHE STRIKES...TWO ENEMIES ARE TRAPPED IN A SNOWBOUND CABIN...

When fate stranded them together, Anne Parker fought her attraction for roguish Brad Irving. She couldn't possibly want this scoundrel-her father's sworn enemy, breaker of hearts. Until...uh-oh! She'd just made love with the one man in the world she shouldn't have. Yet never in her life had she felt such fierce desire as she felt now for Brad. And soon a baby was on the way... Would their child be raised a Parker or an Irving? Or was this finally the truce they were looking for?

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ISBN: 9781459206878
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