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Tempting Fate
Tempting Fate
Author: Meryl Sawyer
ISBN-13: 9780821758588
ISBN-10: 0821758586
Publication Date: 5/1/1998
Pages: 428
Rating:
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3.8 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Kelly, a journalist, is living with and working with her grandfather after a fatal career mistake sends her home to Sedona. Logan discovers he has been kidnapped as a child. Kelly's desire for a redeeming story and Logan's desire for the truth about himself bring them together. This is the first in a trio of books by this author. Not as good as the second one, Half Moon Bay, but a good read with romance, adventure but not too much suspense. Recommended.
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Arizona journalist Kelly Taylor's heart shattered when her husband died in a plane crash. Later she learns that he had a child, abandoned in a Venezuelan orphanage. Determined to rescue the boy, she turns to undercover agent Logan McCord for help. Logan is the adopted child of a powerful family thought to be dead. Soon, Kelly and Logan begin a perilous liaison, joined in a sham marriage that arouses an irresistible desire. And together, they confront a maelstrom of secrets and danger, where an innocent child and a cruel killer are waiting.
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In search of her husbands child, she didn't know he had until after his death, Kelly hires Undercover agent Logan McCord. That may have been mistake number one.......
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Arizona journalist Kelly Taylor saw her illusions and her heart shatter when her husband died in a plane crash. Only then she learned that he had a child, abandoned in an orphanage. After the pain and grief, she was left with an everwhelming yearning to rescue the little boy.

The only person she could turn to was undercover agent Logan McCord, who had also been kidnapped as a child and was still scarred from the harrowing incident. As a single woman, Kelly knew she didn't stand a chance of being able to legally adopt her husband's child. Now she desperately prayed that Logan's own tragic experience would convince him to not only help her, but also marry her.