The Way Home by Linda Howard
Anne Sharp had never expected in a million years that she would get an indecent proposal from the man who was also her boss. But when wealthy Saxon Malone has asked her to be either his mistress or secretary, Anne chose the former because she knows that what she feels for Saxon is a once-in-a-lifetime.
Saxon had grown up going from one bad foster family to another. He learns never to trust anyone nor let anyone get too close to him. But he seems to be having difficulty separating his needs and intense attraction from Anne and he tries hard to protect himself from committing fully to her.
When Anne gets pregnant, she accepts that her time with Saxon will end because her lover doesn't want anything to do with a baby and commitment. She honestly tells him her pregnancy and Saxon feels betrayed and panics because he suddenly feels that he can't lose Anne for she has become essential in his life. However he can't accept a full commitment either.
Can Saxon forget his past disappointments and fears to take a chance on new life with Anne? Can Anne even accept a one-sided love marriage?
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