Baltimore attorney Jackie North is finally on her own, personally and professionally. With only a few weeks until trial, she can almost taste victory. This one will be particularly sweet when she takes down the creep defrauding seniors of their savings. Then the opposing sides last minute expert witness swap threatens to unravel Jackies strategy, and a loss will send her where shes vowed never to return – the humiliation of bankruptcy she lived through as a teenager.
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Jackie and Brandon head into a deposition, each confident of crushing the other. The wind is pulled from Brandon sails, and Jackie must recalculate her moves when they meet, however. A single night of passion they shared as strangers only a few weeks earlier left each wanting more. Pulled together by physical magnetism, torn apart by opposing loyalties, can Jackies and Brandons objections be overruled?
Winner, 2013 RWA Golden Heart for Contemporary Single Title