Masquerade by Donna Hill
On this special day dedicated to romance, wonderful things can happen: secret desires may be spoken, roses can arrive with a card saying "I love you," or a dizzying kiss is exchanged for the first time. Now, three favorite Arabesque authors--with some help from Cupid, of course-have sent their own Valentine's Day gift to you: three wonderful stories of love and desire...

Kenyon Bryant, the heroine of Rochelle Alea's "Hearts of Gold." breaks her engagement when her fiance renounces his conventional life Now, years later, its a jilted lover's turn to turn Valentine's Day into a time for rekindling lost love. In Donna Rill's "Masquerade," Joi Holliday, a shy hook editor, finds the man of her dreams on the
Internet. But can she change from a plain Jane into a confident, desirable woman by the time they meet at a Valentine's Day ball? In Janice Sints's "To Love Again," a San Francisco caterer, Alana Calloway, embittered by the death of her policeman husband, receives flowers from a secret admirer. It will take a stunning revelation to help her let go of the past and learn to lave again.

So, indulge yourself with these richly romantic stories that are as tempting as a Valentine box of chocolates, and twice as satisfying...
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