BACK COVER: THERE WAS NO TENDERNESS IN CORMAC DALY.... HE WAS SCARCELY EVEN HUMAN. SO WHEN HE FIRED LYNDA FROIM HIS LONDON ADVERTISING FIRM, THEN OFFERED HER ANOTHER JOB, SHE HAD TO WONDER AT HIS MOTIVES. HE COULDN'T BE SUFFERING FROM TWINGES OF CONSCIENCE. IT JUST WASN'T IN THE MAN. AND WHEN SHE DISCOVERED WHAT THE JOB WAS, LYNDA KNEW SHE WAS RIGHT. ANYONE WHO COULD MAKE SUCH A CHILLING PROPOSTION OBVIOUSLY HAD NO COSCIENCE....
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Harlequin Romance #2651 by Lilian Peake
There was no tenderness in Cormac Daly
He was scarcely even human. So when he fired Lynda from his London advertising firm, then offered her another job, she had to wonder at his motives.
He couldn't be suffering from twinges of conscience. It just wasn't in the man.
And when she discovered what the new job was, Linda knew she was right. Anyone who could make such a chilling proposition obviously HAD no conscience...