"Hypnotic." THE BOSTON GLOBE He was a married M.P.with two grown children. On the surface, his life was what he wanted it to be. She was his son's fiancee, a shattered woman who had only known forbidden love. When they meet, their attraction is instantaneous, their obsession complete. And nothing, it seems, can tear them away from each other and their dangerous, damaging, illicit passion.... "Striking." THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
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