Kids need play space not office towers!
That's what the protest banners proclaimed. And Marcy Campion intended to see that they got it.
She was determined to turn Aunt Thomasina's old Victorian house into a community center and playground, even if it meant fighting the powerful developers, Saxton and Company, every inch of the way.
Annoyed by the opposition of a mere girl, Randal Saxton decided to handle the situation himself, and Marcy soon found herself involved in another battle-this time with her unruly heart!
Cindy S. reviewed Sweet Compulsion (Harlequin Romance, No 2273) on
One of the best harlequins I've ever read-everything just came together for me: storyline and characters. I have been hunting for years for anything else this author did, but can only find this one book.