One Night With A Sweet-talking Man

One Night With A Sweet-talking Man

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Baker & Taylor
Arriving in San Francisco after a long voyage, Jed Fraser is stunned when he meets the lovely, unmarried Caroline Collins, whose young son Garret turns out to be the son of his deceased brother, Andrew, and hoping to make the boy his heir, proposes a marriage of convenience. Original.

Simon and Schuster
The Frasers are back! Bestselling author Ana Leigh continues her stirring series with brother Jed -- who's been taming the high seas aboard a China clipper.

Briefly ashore in San Francisco to visit his family, Jed meets Caroline Collins and her eight-year-old son. Beautiful Caroline doesn't have a husband in sight and she seems surprisingly hostile toward Jed, who is used to being though of as quite a catch. But there's something intriguing about her and the boy, something that convinces Jed he should stay awhile.

Caroline has never revealed the identity of her son's father, not even to her own family. As independent in spirit as she is beautiful, all she wants is to continue running the family's lumber mill and raising her son herself. But if handsome, devil-may-care Jed Fraser ever takes a good hard look at her son, everything she's struggled for could be ruined. She's convinced that the best thing she could do is stay far, far away from the sexy Jed -- but her body is singing a different song...

Publisher: New York : Pocket Star, 2008
ISBN: 9781416551362
Characteristics: 327 p ; 18 cm


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