NEVER TOO MUCH
Professional problem-solver Adam MacKenzie was used to things going his way. Ills seminars on creativity were considered brilliant by some, crazy by others, but the result was always unequivocal success. Then soft-spoken Julia Trent entered his life, and for once "Mad Mac" was stumped. She was a whisper, not a shout, and he couldn't get beyond her defenses. His feelings were hardly businesslike, but Julia seemed not to notice or care.
Julia was playing it safe. She'd read all the self-help books and recognized her problem. Despite her cool exterior, she was a Woman Who Loved Too Much. Yet when Adam held her in his arms, she wondered .. . could there be such a thing as too much with him?