(From the publisher):
Valerie Knight knew the meaning of commitment. As a feature writer with the Sentinel
, she'd fought for the articles she believed in. She knew the risks and rewards of getting the story.
But what about commitment in her private life? Gib Collingwood, the paper's financial editor, had been relentlessly pursuing her. Valerie was obviously attracted to him, yet she seemed determined to keep him at a distance.
Was there someone else -- someone Gib didn't know about -- in Valerie's life? Or was she simply emulating her employer, Gina Tyrrell, whose rejection of Sentinel boss Nick Caspian was common knowledge? Was she avoiding office gossip? Or was Valerie simply playing hard to get...?
Original title: Playing Hard to Get
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary