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Emerald Sunshine by Fayrene Preston

Emerald Sunshine

by Fayrene Preston

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Kathy Broderick gazed at the Dallas sky, but there wasn't a hint of snow in it. Then her bike hit the open door of a sleek limousine, and she fell into the lap of an outrageously sexy man! Paul Garth insisted on taking her to the hospital and replacing her mangled bike, though stubborn, independent Kathy kept saying no. Paul refused to listen to her proud protests - as long as he was trying to help out, he'd be sharing close quarters with the fiery redhead who made him want to be a hero in her dazzling eyes. When his lips finally seized hers, he tasted like everything she'd ever hungered for, but Kathy knew she was way out of her league. Men like Paul didn't fall for improvished shop owners, yet Paul insisted she made him happy. Kathy had dreamed of someone to watch over her, but Paul's dark secrets shadowed the joy they'd found. Could she teach him that love was the true Christmas miracle, the star that lit up their sky?
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