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Tattered Wings by Joan E. Pickart
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Tattered Wings

by Joan E. Pickart

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When devastatingly handsome Colonel Mark Hampton flew into the snowy Montana mountains on a secret rescue mission, Eden Landry wanted to run, to hide - but it was too late. He'd already cast his spell, lit a fire inside her that threatened to consume them both. Mark wanted to trust the beautiful, enigmatic woman whose eyes were shadowed with sorrow, but first he needed to unravel her mystery - and there was so little time. She was like a perfect butterfly in a cube of glass, but could he break down her walls without hurting the woman inside? Eden longed to lose herself in the cocoon of Mark's arms, to soothe the ache he'd awakened inside her with his hungry, urgent embrace, but the uniform he wore was the color of her nightmares - was she strong enough to heal his hurt? She'd already loved and lost what she'd held most dear. Could Mark make her see that his wings were hers, that his course led only to her heart?

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