|Sullivan's Woman (1984) [Novel]|
by Nora Roberts
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(From the publisher):
He loomed out of the fog, like some mythic figure, but Cassidy St. John soon discovered Colin Sullivan was flesh and blood...and all man. He had fame, wealth, charisma...and a reputation with the ladie. Yet, from the moment Colin focused his mesmerizing attention on Cass, she was torn between prudence and the irresistible desire to be reckless with her heart.
Colin was unaccustomed to refuasal, particualarly from women. Yet Cass intrigued him as no other woman ever had. She has spirit, beauty...but it was her innocence that drover him to hold back and--for once in his live--not simply take what he wanted. No, it would require more subtlety...patience...tenderness than he'd ever shown to make her Sullivan's woman.
Original title: Sullivan's Woman
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary