"You're running scared, Laurel."
And according to Alick Forsythe, she didn't even know what she was really running from.
Wrong. Laurel Webster knew all too well. Alick was exciting but dangerous, and that kind of potent attraction in a man had led to her disastrous marriage--an experience she never wanted to repeat.
Alick, however, made it quite clear that he didn't intend to take no for an answer. Laurel thought about trying to get away--but, for some reason, she knew that submitting to the inevitable would be so much easier....
Mills & Boon
'You're running Laurel, running so scared that you don't understand what you're doing!'
But Laurel knew all too well. Alick Forsythe was exciting but dangerous. And she had had quite enough of that kind of potent attraction in a man. It had had quite enough of that kind of potent attraction in a man. It had led to the disaster which was her marriage and she had no desire to repeat the experience. But Alick made it clear that he didn't intend to take no for an answer. Should Laurel even try to get away? Perhaps it was easier just to submit to the inevitable...