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This Heart of Mine
by Susan Elizabeth Phillips (Author)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0380808080, Mass Market Paperback)Ever since she was a teenager, children's book author Molly Somerville has been infatuated with handsome Kevin Tucker, quarterback for her sister's Chicago Stars football team. Unfortunately, Kevin doesn't know she's alive until one fateful weekend when they're marooned together at the family vacation cabin. When Molly gets carried away by her creative imagination and compromises Kevin, the results are disastrous and before the dust settles, Kevin's in trouble with his boss, Molly's in deep trouble with her emotions, and both of them are in danger of losing their hearts. Their journey to a happy ending is dicey, at best, and even if they can get past their outrageous and painful beginning, whether these two can lower their guards and let the other into their equally wary hearts is questionable.
Bestselling author Susan Elizabeth Phillips makes her hardcover debut with this wonderful contemporary tale that features two familiar faces from prior novels as the hero and heroine. The characters are complicated, with difficult pasts that have shaped the adults they now are, and Phillips uses a deft touch in sketching their personal growth as they're tested with tragedy and bound together with love and a healthy dose of humor. As always, Phillips brings her delightful wit and a warm family setting to this novel that is sure to captivate readers. --Lois Faye Dyer
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:39:44 -0400)
Molly Somerville is a successful children's book author who has a crush on pro football star Kevin Tucker--a man who can't even remember her name. Molly's life turns when she and Kevin are stranded in a paradise called Wind Lake. There, Molly and Kevin battle their attraction and each other as they face one of life's most important lessons.
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