She wanted love and marriage--not a fling. It was one thing to match witswith Patrick Hagan on a TV talk show, where authors were expected to promotetheir wares in as frivolous a manner as possible. It was quite another to bemadly pursued in the real world, where Patrick's physical magnetism gave hima notorious advantage. For reasons she couldn't fathom, Ruth capturedPatrick's fancy, though she strongly suspected that his fancy was no morethan a passing affair. And for the widow who'd had a happy, giving marriage,that was a problem. Could a man like Patrick ever understand the need for aloving home and a family?
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