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Still the One (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 1127)
Still the One - Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 1127
Author: Debra Cowan
ISBN-13: 9780373271979
ISBN-10: 0373271972
Publication Date: 1/1/2002
Pages: 256
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Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Kit Foley's sister is missing. Believing that her sister's husband's connection to the mob has endangered them both, Kit hires Private Investigator Rafe Blackstock to help her find her sister. She hasn't seen Rafe in ten years, but her heart has not forgotten the only man she ever loved. Kit accused Rafe of being too controlling when she walked away because he forced her to choose between him and her family.
Ten years ago Rafe gave Kit his heart. Then she returned his engagement ring. For a year her ring burned a hole in his heart while he hoped she would change her mind. He believed that she couldn't commit. Kit still touches the secrets part of him that no one else ever sees, but he's not ready to risk that kind of pain again. Now her case thrusts them together, and Rafe vows that he won't let Kit out of his sight until they locate her ditzy sister. He also vows that despite the fiery chemistry they share, and the fact that he likes her new sassy attitude, he's not risking his heart again.

Author Debra Cowan weaves an entrancing tale of love and danger in STILL THE ONE. After ten years, Kit and Rafe realize that the other is still the one who touches their heart. But healing old wounds, finding the honesty to confess the pain and the courage to let ago challenges this couple. The painful undercurrents lend depth to the plot seeking Kit's sister, and the touches of danger heighten the tension profoundly. As they confront the past, both Kit and Rafe undergo tremendous growth and change. Cowan's skillful balance of healing old wounds while maintaining a fast paced plot result a memorable read that comes highly recommended.