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A Thanksgiving to Remember

by Margaret Watson

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A KILLER IS ON THE LOOSE ... A MAN WITH NO MEMORY STANDS ACCUSED ... ONE NURSE PUTS HER LIFE ON THE LINE ...

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No one knew who 'Tom Flynt' was. But Tina White, the nurse tending to the amnesiac patient was certain of one thing. His warm brown eyes could not be those of a cold-blooded killer - or could they? Under that gruff yet impressively muscular exterior lurked a gentle man. And with the tender kisses and seductive caresses Tom began sharing with her, Tina sensed she was in danger of losing her heart. Could discovering his true identity imperil her life, as well...?

36 Hours - The Thanksgiving that changed everything.
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