Book Reviews of A Forbidden Loving (Harlequin Presents, No 1508)

A Forbidden Loving (Harlequin Presents, No 1508)
A Forbidden Loving - Harlequin Presents, No 1508
Author: Penny Jordan
ISBN-13: 9780373115082
ISBN-10: 0373115083
Publication Date: 11/1/1992
Pages: 187
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Of course she hadn't fallen in love with him ... Silas Jardine was only being pleasant to Hazel because she was Katie's mother. Katie was the one he cared about. It would be wrong of Hazel to think otherwise. The trouble was, she had forgotten how to behave in the company of an attractive man and was over-reacting. That was what Hazel told herself in an effort to convince all concerned that Silas's eruption into her life was something she could take in her stride. She could only pray that Silas hadn't noticed the effect he was having on her ...
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Of course she hadn't fallen in love with him ... Silas Jardine was only being pleasant to Hazel because she was Katie's mother. Katie was the one he cared about. It would be wrong of Hazel to think otherwise. The trouble was, she had forgotten how to behave in the company of an attractive man and was over-reacting. That was what Hazel told herself in an effort to convince all concerned that Silas's eruption into her life was something she could take in her stride. She could only pray that Silas hadn't noticed the effect he was having on her ...
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From the back cover:

Hazel had to face the truth about Silas Jardine. He was only being friendly because she was Katie's mother. And Katie-not Hazel-was the one he cared about.

But that didn't make it any easier for Hazel when she found herself in his presence. Silas was an attractive man, and although she'd long forgotten what it was like to spend time with members of the opposite sex, she did know that Silas made her heart beat faster.

Silas Jardie might not have fallen in love with Hazel, but had she fallen in love with him...?