The Black Sheep by Laura Leone

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Years after escaping the cameras, tabloids, and notoriety of his movie star mother's scandal-ridden life, adventure guide Roe Hunter was still juggling the various crises if his extended jet-set family. Roe hated his whole family's tabloid lifestyle -- always had, always would. Needing some peace and quiet, he retreated to the tranquillity of the family's empty villa on the isolated Mediterranean island of Sontara, his lifelong safe harbor. The very last thing Roe wanted or expected to do there was wind up babysitting a notorious rock star, a world-famous performer known only as Gingie. The woman exuded sexuality, glamour -- trouble -- and a delightfully ingenuous mix of childlike innocence and womanly wisdom. Once she arrived, there was no getting rid of her -- and no resisting her, either. Soon Gingie began turning the quiet island of Sontara topsy-turvy .Ê.Ê. and wreaking havoc on Roe's heart.

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Published June 26, 1992 by Silhouette Books. 192 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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