Book Reviews of Lost in the Wild (Loveswept, No 327)

Lost in the Wild  (Loveswept, No 327)
Lost in the Wild - Loveswept, No 327
Author: Gail Douglas
ISBN-13: 9780553219999
ISBN-10: 0553219995
Publication Date: 5/1/1989
Pages: 183
Rating:
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.
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2.8 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Nick Corcoran was impossibly handsome, with mesmerizing eyes that made Tracy Carlisle shiver with desire, but her shyness around her grandfather's corporate heir-apparent infuriated her! For three years Nick had considered her off limits, and besides, he had no intention of romancing the snobbish granddaughter of
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Nick Corcoran was impossibly handsome, with mesmerizing eyes that made Tracy Carlisle shiver with desire. Great read with a mystery
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Nick Corcoran was impossibly handsome, with mesmerizing eyes that made Tracy Carlisle shiver with desire, but her shyness around her grandfather's corporate heir-apparent infuriated her! For three veers Nick had considered her off limits, and besides, he had no intention of romancing the snobbish granddaughter of his powerful boss to win the top job. But when Tracy outsmarted a pair of kidnappers and led him into the forest in a desperate escape plan, Nick was enchanted by this courageous woodswoman who embraced danger and risked her life to save his. Only when they were safe did Tracy tremble, but what overwhelmed her, made her dizzy with pleasure, was Nick's touch. In the primitive intimacy of the woods, he filled her with longing and held her in his arms until dawn. Loving Nick was a cherished fantasy, but he thought she should be running the company. Could Tracy persuade Nick that by choice she wasn't his rival, only his prize? [close]