EACH UNDERSTOOD THE OTHER TOO WELL
Tracy knew Rory Buchanan was out of her league.
He was one of the "big boys" from Chicago; she was bright but unschooled, all bluff and thunder. Yet she had something he needed.
Her small commuter airline could form the vital link in the transportation network Rory envisioned. He wanted to buy her out. Beset by overwhelming decisions, Tracy, to her chagrin, discovered that what she wanted most was Rory.
How to separate her gentle and understanding lover from the hardheaded businessman .... She loved one, distrusted the other--and Rory was both of them.