She feared losing her job--and love. Edwina Sands had her work cut out forher, trying to cope with her rebellious charge, Tina Errol--as she receivedlittle support from Tina's indulgent guardian. Yet she enjoyed the child andthe challenge. Coping with Tina was one thing. Trying not to be overwhelmedby her love for Tina's guardian was quite another. Especially since she wasconvinced that Jervis Errol was the one man she could never have.
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