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Mira, Apr 1, 2001 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Working two jobs, going to graduate school... Karen Drew knew it wasn't the best time to visit her elderly friend. And with a burning fever and a brokendown car, she shuddered to think what could have happened if Brice Carlin hadn't pulled her from the drifts and taken her to his home. As a doctor, his healing instincts took over. But being snowbound with the man who once tried to have her put in jail was dangerous territory.

Sometimes fate decides to offer the chance to heal, to forgive and to understand that things happen for a reason -- and love is the best one of all.

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User Review  - Griffinyarn - Goodreads

Rating: 3.5 stars A sweet romance with a slightly old-fashioned feel (although the love scenes have a blatantly sensual emphasis). I did think it was a little long, but I enjoyed the development of the romance between the hero and heroine. Read full review

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Easy, predictable read Read full review


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Barbara Delinsky has written many bestselling novels over the past two decades, including "Looking for Peyton Place, The Summer I Dared, Flirting with Pete, An Accidental Woman, The Woman Next Door, The Vineyard, Lake News, Coast Road, Three Wishes, A Woman's Place", and "For My Daughters". She is also the author of a nonfiction book, "Uplift: Secrets from the Sisterhood of Breast Cancer Survivors", available from Washington Square Press. Published in twenty-five languages worldwide, her books regularly appear on the bestseller lists of "The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post", and "Publishers Weekly". Delinsky is a lifelong New Englander who loves communicating with her readers. She can be reached at P.O. Box 812894, Wellesley, MA 02482-0026, or visit her website: www.barbaradelinsky.com.

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