RN Carrington Hanover leaves her money-hungry fiance at the altar and moves on to a new job at St. Stephen's Hospital in Los Angeles. The next man in her life must love her, not her money.
All work and no play has made Paul an unfulfilled man, and the resurrected redheaded crush from his youth is driving him to distraction. Can their complicated past become untangled by their newfound attraction--or will their love be doomed by mistrust and long-held resentment?
Page Count: 207
Word Count: 56415
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Review by Nas:
AN INDISCRETION by author Lynne Marshall is The Wild Rose Press release.
Carrington Hanover turned her back on her rich dad’s money and became a nurse. Then she meets Dr. Paul Valverde, who had a crush on the teenage Carry and had invited her to his prom as his date. But back then Carry’s dad had other ambitions regarding her and it did not include the working class Spanish boy. After forcing Carrington to decline Paul’s invitation, he accused Paul of stealing from his house. Paul ended up in teen detention center.
With this history between them how could Carry feel that Paul was still the most incredible man she’d ever met?
Now Paul was a successful doctor as well as a businessman. But could Carrington trust him? After all he did steal from her dad, didn’t he?
Paul wanted to take revenge on Carry yet the attraction between them doesn’t seem to abate. So he takes her to meet his grandfather. Is Carrington suitable for him? His grandfather doesn’t think so!
This tale is with plenty of heart, flair and sizzle. The chemistry between Carrington and Paul is scorching hot. And the past secrets make it intriguing.
Lynne Marshall has written a first-rate romantic read that will make readers smile as well as shed a tear. Paul had a tumultuous childhood and he had closed his heart to the possibility of love after being betrayed by Carry and her Dad. Could he love again? Could he trust her, and open his heart for her? Paul is a honorable man and darkly tormented while Carrington is idealistic yet fiercely independent and strong.