Colter Langston's daughter Missy needed a mother, and Deirdre wouldn't do. She was too sexy to play housewife. That's why sweet, young Natalie Crane was so perfect. And when they were married, Colter decided he had to be honest with her about his heart: it was cold. Natalie didn't know what to do--could she make him love her? Or would Deirdre lure him back into her arms?
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Published January 1, 1977
by Mills & Boon.
Romance, Literature & Fiction.