By Renee Roszel
The lie drew her in...
Raine, a shy professor, had no safeguard opposed to Cotter Hunt, a prosperous womanizer. After a mistake in his palms, she vows to head approximately her paintings and forget about him with all her center and soul. It's too undesirable that her anthropology category can be undertaking a systematic learn at his beach mansion for an entire month! And it isn't simply Cotter's sexual energy she needs to care for. there's the tried break-in—is treachery afoot?
The good-looking investigative cop makes a play for Raine; in the meantime, Cotter glowers at her within the gentle of day, drawing her into his mattress after darkish. Raine's weak spot for Cotter terrifies her. She is falling in love with a guy who makes use of ladies and tosses them away like rubbish. Why can't she think deep affection for her candy, trouble-free cop? prior to the month is over, her existence should be without end replaced. Will it's for better—or for worse?
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