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Passion by Marilyn Pappano
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Passion (1996)

by Marilyn Pappano

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One Man Was Real, One Was An Imposter. Only a Lover Would Know the Difference. Still single and nearly thirty, Teryl Weaver is a successful literary agent. Yet somehow, her life seems unexciting, empty and loveless. Then she joins her agency's top writer, the reclusive Simon Tremont, for his first ever public interview in New Orleans. And when a handsome stranger crosses her path, she dares to say yes to a night of exquistte, breathtaking ecstasy...one that may prove to be a fatal mistake.

Her new lover claims he is the real Simon Tremont. Is the "author" Treyl brought to New Orleans a liar ? Or is the man whose touch she craves a desperate, dangerous man ? Caught between terror and desire, Teryl must discover the truth about her lover's identity and the feelings neither can deny: the longing, the hunger, the love.
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