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Wilder's Woman (Dangerous Men) (Loveswept, No 652)
Wilder's Woman - Dangerous Men - Loveswept, No 652
Author: Laura Taylor
ISBN-13: 9780553443479
ISBN-10: 055344347X
Publication Date: 11/1/1993
Pages: 225
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Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Craig Wilder, a former attorney, is unjustly accused of jury tampering and sent to prison for six years. He's let his hair grow long, now wears an earring and working out in the prison gym has sculpted his body. Chelsea Lockridge, his ex-wife, whom he divorced from prison because he felt she deserted him at the end, has discovered her father's journal, which exonerates Craig and she delivers it to Craig at his isolated cabin where he has retreated after being released from prison. A storm delays her departure for several days and they discover they still are attracted to each other. Craig claims he only wants sex after being without for so long, but Chelsea wants his love again. The sexual fireworks are like the 4th of July. They are explosive rockets of desire which practically burn the pages. Chelsea returns to her home, unknowingly pregnant, after the storm and Craig finally breaks down and reads the journal. He lets go of his past hatred and decides to fight to overturn his conviction and win Chelsea back...
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Craig meant to teach Chelsea LOckridge a lesson, to punish his ex-wife for her betrayal, but Craig Wilder hadn't anticipated the erotic torment of molding his body to hers, nor imagined the tenderness still buried deep inside his battered heart. Defying his anger, yet unable to deny the violent ecstasy of his touch, she responded like dry kindling to a match, yielding totally to the inferno of his fierce embrace. She'd braved the wilderness and a storm with evidence that could deliver the justice Craig had been denied, but Chelsea wanted to prove she'd never lost faith in him, nor her reckless passion for the man who could make her purr with pleasure. Branded for all eternity by a lover whose scars ran deep, could she help Craig mourn the past and trust her again by fighting his demons with the sweet fury fo her love?