(From the publisher):
He was a man with a heart of marble. Until the day of the job interview, when his totally emotionless eyes fastened on her, Deborah hadn’t believed anyone could be as cold and hard as Zane Wilding. He was the most demanding boss she’d ever had, and was also ruthless in his personal life. His good looks didn’t make up for the inhuman iciness with which he treated even his wife. But by the time Deborah learned the real facts behind Zane’s behavior, it was already too late to stop her headlong plunge into love.
“I’m so sick of kisses that taste of drink.” Zane paused, and Deborah winced at his implied reference to his wife. Suddenly his fingers were curling into the sleek bun at the back of Deborah’s neck, destroying its tidiness. He held her head still, as if he expected resistance. Then his mouth descended to her lips. He devoured them hungrily, savoring and exploring, plundering their softness. Deborah felt her desire rising to the fever pitch of his. Common sense screamed its alarm, warning her of the danger of his seduction. Her mind fought through the heady sensations to remind her: after the joy would come bitterness. Deborah realized this might be her only chance to stop this scene from reaching its climax — from ruining them both. She could stop it now … if she wanted to.
Original title: Difficult Decision (Connecticut)
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary