Can't Stand the Heat? by Margaret Watson
(Harlequin Super Romance)

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Just the sight of Walker Barnes in her kitchen is enough to panic Jen Summers. Those feelings she once had that seemed like cold ashes for so many years are turning out to be hot, hot coals. Walker's sudden appearance is fanning all sorts of flames. Her guilt, her shame, her deep regret for what she'd done to him.

But this isn't the awkward geek she'd hurt back in high school. This is a brand-new Walker--hardened, wickedly successful, brilliant, And he hasn't forgotten how she used him. Or forgiven her. In fact, he seems bent on payback. Of all the times to fall for a guy...


About Margaret Watson

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Margaret Watson is an avid reader whose earliest writing efforts involved rearranging the characters or ending of a book she'd just finished reading--usually to provide a happily-ever-after result! Her love of a happy ending and her addiction to romance novels finally led her to try to write down some of the stories in her head. She published her first romance novel more than 10 years ago and is still thrilled every time she sees her name on the cover of a book.When she's not writing, Margaret practices veterinary medicine in Chicago. Not only does she love treating her patients and helping their owners, but her "day job" provides her with wonderful characters and inspiring stories for her books. Two of her books feature heroines who are veterinarians--a composite, she says, of all the wonderful vets she's known and worked with.At home, she shares her life with three cats, a succession of dogs and birds and a wonderful family. She's been married for over 20 years to the love of her life and they have three daughters. Her oldest daughter is in college and her younger twin daughters are in high school. They love to travel together, and their favorite vacations are hiking in national parks.
Published May 19, 2010 by Harlequin Superromance. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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