Very good read, an old-lovers-reunited-theme (a favorite of mine) that really sizzles. Although I do find it hard to believe that a young woman like Rebecca would go without any kind of relationship with a man for ten years, pending her reunion with the hero... but still, this story is a good one, and is well told.
No longer the shattered teenager who had left Thornley vowing never to return, Rebecca Shaw had come to terms wth the legacy of Jay Lorence's betrayal and had built a new life on her terms. But her mother needed her now-and nothing could keep Rebecca from going home.
Tne years melted in Jay's embrace; his kiss reopened old wounds and ignited forgotten temptations. Every instinct warned her to run before her hard-worked-for peace and stability came crashing down.
Rebecca had a new life-one she had no intention of letting Jay invade. But keeping a man like Jay at arem's length was next to impossible-especially when it wasn't what she really wanted to do.