Scarlet Woman by Gwynne Forster
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Out of deep affection and loneliness, schoolteacher Melinda Rodgers married a wealthy older man. Now a widow at twenty-nine, she is stunned to learn that his will requires her to set up a foundation and remarry within the year--or lose her inheritance to a charity of Blake Hunter's choice. a charity of Blake Hunter s choice.

As executor of the will, handsome, no-nonsense Blake insists that Melinda carry out the terms of her inheritance to the letter. But she would rather give up the entire fortune than marry again for anything other than love. And judging by the dangerous, unfulfilled yearning that has simmered between the two of them for years, Blake may be the man who can bring her the deepest, most passionate kind of love...or the most heartbreaking betrayal of all.

 

About Gwynne Forster

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Gwynne Forster is an "Essence" bestselling author and has won numerous awards for fiction, including the Gold Pen Award, the RT Book Reviews Lifetime Achievement Award. She holds a bachelor's and master's degrees in sociology and a master's degree in economics/demography and has traveled and/or worked in sixty-three countries. She lives in New York with her husband.
 
Published November 11, 2009 by Kimani Arabesque. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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While Melinda and Blake try to forge a new relationship and come to terms with their misperceptions of each other, Melinda endures threatening letters, phone calls and even break-ins from a man who believes he is entitled to Prescott's money.

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