They were the best of friends, so when Sandy Patterson's husband and Jordan Callahan's wife were both lost in an accident, it was natural that she turn to Jordan for comfort. But he had already left Annapolis--and Sandy.
Now he was back, and Sandy realized how much Jordan had always meant to her . . . more, perhaps, than he should have. Despite her hurt and anger, she couldn't deny that the past warmth had heated to a burning passion. What secret was keeping him from admitting to the love she knew he longed to share?