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Note: 8/04/2015. This book is currently being revised and will again be ready for sale by August 31, 2015. This note will be removed at that time. So please check back. At the age of nineteen Jessie was forced to grow up fast by the tragic loss of her parents in an airplane crash. Her father's only heir, she took the reins of his corporation. Only her cousin Burney and the corporation's attorney believed in her. She proved she was up to the task by winning a bid for and, without going over budget, fulfilling a huge aerospace contract for the US Government. That coup put the corporation on track to win more of those lucrative contracts and proved she was an astute, very capable businesswoman. It also brought her to the attention of every matrimony-minded suitor in the country. Fifteen years later Jessie finds her heart broken yet again by another unfaithful man's machinations and becomes disenchanted by the whole idea of love. Although she yearns for the comfort and security of a husband and children to love, cherish, and adore, she has resigned herself to a life without realizing that dream. Even before the break up with the latest unfaithful man she thought truly loved her, her yearning for love, marriage and children had somehow manifested itself in her nightly dreams. The dreams confuse her because they now incorporate a vague image of the man she yearns to meet and marry. Then she actually encounters her dream man and is torn between her yearning for a husband and family of her own and her firm resolve to forego any entanglements with men. Bailey Gilmore, the man she meets, has issues of his own. Though he is the owner of a thriving excursion business, he definitely knows his horrid background makes him unworthy of any woman's love. That negative self-worth causes him to keep Jessie at a distance until their lives are suddenly in peril.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2014
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001121605318
    • ISBN:  9781310271731

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