In the Name of Love (Love Storm Romance)
This compelling novel chronicles the love triangle of Dr. Shari Thomas and Derrick Rawlings. After a nasty breakup, Shari has moved on with her life. She has a thriving medical practice, renowned Cardiologist love interest, Kevin Mason, and a young son, Christian that means the world to her. Derrick Rawlings is a successful businessman who is forced to return to town to run the family business, Rawlings Industries, a prominent computer business after his father becomes ill. Shari and Derrick haven't seen each other in more than six years, separated by a lack of trust, but a chance encounter at a fund-raising event brings these two ex-college sweethearts back together again. Derrick discovers they have a son and propose marriage. Shari is still in love with Derrick but not sure if he's proposing because he still loves her or because of their son. Meanwhile, Mia Dallas, an estrange lover of Derrick makes her presence known with a proposal of her own. Secrets that have been buried for more than six years begin to unveil, as lies, and deceit threatens to ruin any chance of Shari and Derrick rekindling their love.
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