The Other Woman by Patricia Kay

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Patricia Kay (who has written bestselling romances as Trisha Alexander) crafts an emotionally charged story of a forbidden, yet irresistible, love in The Other Woman. Adam Forrester has always considered himself an honorable man. He never planned to be unfaithful to his beautiful, emotionally fragile wife, Julia -- a woman whose life is bound to his by ties that go deeper than love. And even if he were dishonest enough to consider an affair, he knows the price of such a betrayal would be cripplingly high. To betray Julia would mean the end of his career as a lawyer, and the destruction of his family. Still, all his good intentions are shaken when he unexpectedly sees Natalie Ferrenzo again. Years before, Adam had loved Natalie with an unforgettable passion. He'd fully expected to spend his life with her...until he was forced to leave her, suddenly and cruelly, to marry Julia. Now that Natalie is back, Adam has an undreamed of second chance to choose his future -- and this time he just might choose love over honor, advancement, and everything else.

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Published October 6, 2013 by Berkley Books. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Set in New York City, this conventional contemporary romance recycles an arranged-marriage formula that is more effectively used in historical romances. Adam Forrester hails from a family with old

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But when Adam meets and falls in love with Natalie Ferrenzo, a well-rounded middle-class Italian girl, he realizes that he can't conform to his parents' wishes and marry Julia, the spoiled daughter of his father's business partner.

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