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Ice Maiden's Meltdown

By Emily Grey
  • ISBN Code: : 1522303839
  • Publisher : Pelican Ventures Book Group
  • Pages : 196
  • Category : Fiction
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Suzanne Bratton, a rising star in New York's fashion industry, is falsely blamed in a scandal and withdraws from society, but when an accident kills her sister and brother-in-law, she races to Oregon to care for her orphaned nephew. Chase Garwood, rejected by his fiancée has built a protective wall around himself and withdrawn from family and friends. After receiving word of his brother's untimely death, he rushes from Tokyo to Oregon to his nephew's side. Grief-stricken, Suzanne and Chase meet at the funeral and are blindsided when an intense attraction erupts between them. Both already burned once, neither wants anything to do with romance. A custody battle, an estate to settle, and a desire that won't be denied, force Suzanne and Chase to confront their own emotional demons and set aside their animosity to do what is best for their nephew...and ultimately for themselves.

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