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E-Reads, May 31, 1997 - Fiction
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Sometimes nothing goes your way. Interior decorator Summer Stevens knows that all too well. In the course of one short week Summer has lost her job, discovered her fiancE is sleeping with her best friend and found out sheis adopted. Acting on impulse, Summer takes a job decorating a Jamaican summer home. All she wanted was a change of location to pick up the pieces of her life, but she never thought her job would provide one more challenge: the sultry, seductive Gavin Pagne. Her employer is one man who would not pass up a challenge and heis in for the fight of his life with Summer. Will Gavinis embrace help to repair Summeris shattered life or will it destroy her forever?

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It had an interesting start, a few neat parts in the middle that did not last long and an ending that makes you go 'huh?'. Overall, some of the technology is neat, but the characters are forgettable. Read full review

About the author (1997)

Zebrowski's 30 books include novels, short fiction collections, anthologies, and a book of essays.

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