In more than fifty New York Times bestselling novels, Sandra Brown has captivated her millions of readers with stories of charismatic love and tantalizing twists of fate. In this classic tale, a woman is reunited with the man she has loved for years-and must reveal the secret that will jeopardize her chance for happiness at last. He arrived out of the blue-a flesh-and-blood phantom from the past in a sports car as sleek and sexy as Law Kincaid himself. The world-famous astronaut was as devastatingly attractive as the first time Marnie Hibbs had laid eyes on him, seventeen years before. But she well knew the perils of falling for a ladies' man like Law. And this time she had someone besides herself to protect. Law is determined to discover who is sending him anonymous letters claiming he'd fathered a son he knows nothing about. Showing up at the Hibbs's return address from the letters seemed like a step in the right direction. Marnie swears she isn't the guilty party, but when Law meets her son, it's like a one-two punch to his solar plexus. The boy is nearly the spitting image of Law. Law can't remember sleeping with Marnie-then again, he can't remember much about his crazy past. But there's more to it than that: Marnie claims the boy isn't biologically hers. As the tension between them becomes unbearable and the attraction undeniable, Marnie is forced to reveal a long-held secret...one that might cause her to lose both the boy she loves more than anyone-and the man she desires more than anything.
by Sandra Brown
by Sandra Dallas
by Sandra Belton
"With clear articulation and gender-specific characterizations, narrator Susan Denaker tells the romantic story of Marnie, her adopted son, David, and world-famous astronaut Law Kincaid. After Marnie's sister dies unexpectedly, Marnie adopts 4-year-old David. Their life is idyllic until David turns 15 and a mysterious letter is sent to Law Kincaid saying that David is his son. The tension of the story is tantalizing as long-held secrets are revealed. Denaker captures David's teen personality through soft accents and youthful exuberance. Her exceptional depiction of Marnie is engaging as Marnie experiences many emotions relating to Kincaid and his reaction to the surprising situation he finds himself in. This title will not disappoint Sandra Brown fans. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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