Ruth and Tray Hampton met - it was as simple as that. Simple, too, was the feeling of the utter rightness of it all, of their love for one another, of their being together, of feeling as if they had always known each other. It was as if they had loved without ever having met and now was the fulfillment of a timeless promise.But there was Christie, and Tray's sense of duty towards the life he had ruined...and no matter how right he and Ruth were together there could not be no betrayal---no deceit.
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August 1986 : UK Paperback
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