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Capture the Sun by Jo Ann Algermissen

Capture the Sun

by Jo Ann Algermissen

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Crystal Lake was finding it harder and harder to be a career woman. How could she ever gain respect as a photojournalist when the St. Louis City magazine editor assigned her fluff pieces about male sex appeal? And who wanted to roam around the city, photographing muscular shoulders and smoldering eyes? Not Crystal, for the assignment had brought her an additional problem: Brett Masterson. Crystal had only wanted a shot of his eyes and instead got the whole package, conservatively wrapped. For Brett, love meant marriage and. family. Was he right in insisting Crystal's career was an excuse to avoid commitment?

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