After the Frost by Megan Chance

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This historical romance was first published in 1994.

He was her worst enemy, her best friend, the childhood sweetheart--and lover--she couldn't escape. And now, after six long years, Belle Sault was back home in Ohio again, determined to claim her daughter and leave. But Sarah was Rand's child too--and he'd made it clear he'd never let her go.

Belle knew she could run no longer, even as the past rose up to engulf her, memories of passion she tried to deny, the burning shame--and the fear of loving and being loved by the man she tried so long to hate. This time she'd have to stay. To earn Sarah's trust before telling her the truth. To prove to Rand that she could be a caring mother. To resist the man who filled her days and dreams. Because now she knew the real enemy lay within...

About Megan Chance

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Born in Columbus, Ohio, and raised in Olympia, Washington, Megan Chance is the award-winning author of several novels, including City of Ash, Prima Donna, The Spiritualist, and An Inconvenient Wife. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, a criminal defense attorney, and their two daughters.
Published January 21, 2011 by Dell. 330 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Chance follows her debut novel (A Candle in the Dark) with an urgent and absorbing narrative that tells the flavorfully atmospheric story of Belle Sault.

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