|Sultry (2000) [Novel]|
by Mary Lynn Baxter
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(From the publisher):
Hot as a Summer Night
Since her mother's tragic suicide, Lindsay Newman has watched her wealthy Mississippi family spin out of control. Tired of being a pawn in men's games, Lindsay is determined to become a rebel in her own life — and Mitch Rawlins ignites that first white-hot spark. Tanned, shirtless and all-male, he's dangerous, defiant and oh, so tempting...
Reckless as Forbidden Love
Mitch won't deny his hunger for Lindsay, but the Newmans' new groundskeeper isn't interested in playing games with a spoiled little rich girl. Lindsay's world is the last thing he wants... yet he wants Lindsay herself more than anything.
Something sad and vulnerable in Lindsay's golden eyes invites him to reach out and risk his own heart. But, like everyone else in the Newman household, he's got something to hide. Something that could tear Lindsay away from him forever.
Original title: Sultry
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary
Fiction→ Romance→ Romantic-Suspense