Wild Child by Suzanne Forster

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Returning to her hometown after ten years away, former bad girl Cat D’Angelo dreads facing irresistible golden boy, Blake Wheeler, with whom she has a complicated past
With trepidation, Catherine D’Angelo returns to Cameron Bay, Oregon, after ten years away. During her wild adolescence, Cat was unfairly convicted of car theft and sent to prison for two years. When she returns, she’s forced to cross paths with the man who locked her up, the town’s [powerful] golden boy anddistrict attorney, Blake Wheeler. Blake was ambitious [back then], [the town’s golden boy], prosecuting Cat in his first trial as a deputy DA, hoping for a conviction [and] failing to recognize her apparent innocence. But Cat has changed during her absence. Now a breathtakingly beautiful woman with mahogany hair and lush, cherry-red lips, Cat stirs up a once-dormant desire in Blake—one he thought he could control. When they must work together on an assault trial, Cat is forced to acknowledge her complicated feelings for Blake—anger, resentment, and, yes, desire—when he is no longer able to keep his impulses at bay.  This ebook features an illustrated biography of Suzanne Forster including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
 

About Suzanne Forster

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Forester has an academic background in clinical psychology and now puts her energies toward her writing career.
 
Published September 27, 2011 by Open Road Media Romance. 209 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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