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Cecily Blake falls in love with Tate Winthrop after he bravely rescues her, but as a Native American, he refuses a mixed marriage, until Cecily is given a chance to save him from a secret that could destroy him. Original.
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Setting: Contemporary Washington D.C. and South Dakota
Sensuality Rating: 8
Archaeologist Cecily Petersen has loved Tate Winthrop since she was a teen, but the handsome Native American refuses to consider a mixed marriage. Instead, he becomes her white knight, protecting her from an abusive stepfather and arranging college grants and housing. But when Cecily discovers that the "grants" were actually outright gifts from Tate, she's furious. Her anger shifts their relationship from friends to lovers and forces them both to confront deeply held convictions and fears. When Cecily learns of a political scandal that could threaten Tate, she's determined to shield him, even though she knows it's likely that he'll never forgive her for the necessary deception. With political scandal in D.C., nefarious shenanigans on the reservation, and sizzling passion between the hero and heroine, Paper Rose delivers everything Palmer's readers have come to expect and more. --Lois Faye Dyer
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Book Description Mira. MASS MARKET PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 1551665395 Dispatched from London. Seller Inventory # Z1551665395ZN
Book Description Mira, 1999. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111551665395