Cyn McCall desperately wanted something to happen, to shake up her life and turn it around --- but when Worth Lansing tempted her to share a weekend in Acapulco, did she dare go? Her husband Tim had died more than two years before, and Worth, his business partner and Dallas's most notorious bachelor, was her buddy, her best friend. He insisted they'd just lie on the beach and relax. How could she know they'd been booked into a hotel for lovers . . . and a suite with one king-size bed? Cyn vowed to make the best of things, but the heat and the hibiscus and Worth's tanned, muscled body tantalized her, lit a fire inside her she'd thought had died forever with Tim. When Worth took her dancing, he was enticed by her fragrance, seduced by the silken skin of her bare back --- and filled with guilt. Cyn was his best friend's widow, yet Worth wanted her with reckless, dangerous desire. He had reawakened her passions, but could Cyn forgive herself for wanting his love?
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