By Diana Palmer
It begins as a shaggy dog story. Sabina is just pretending to be engaged to her ally, millionaire Al Thorndon. Al talked her into the scheme to trick his older brother, Thorn. while Thorn accuses Sabina of being a gold digger, she laughs it off. She does not consider the repercussions--that Thorn will dig up her long-buried secrets and techniques. Revealing them will wreck every thing. yet she cannot enable her ally down, can she? Reissue.
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He glanced at her after he'd parked the car behind the Rolls. "Dad caught her with one of her lovers. He dragged her out of the hotel, threw her into his car, and was driving her home in a rage when he wrecked the car. " Sabina bit her lower lip. " "Twenty-four. My age. I'll never forget the way he looked at Mother, or what he said to her. " She shivered. So he knew, too. He knew. Her eyes closed. " Al asked, concerned. "Nothing," she murmured. " She pulled her coat closer around her. Under it, she was wearing her only pair of cowboy boots, with designer jeans and a bulky gray sweater over a white blouse.
She asked breathlessly, trying to keep her sense of humor. He didn't smile, but the corner of his mouth twitched. "No. " He let her go with a rueful laugh. " She averted her face to the window, trying to fight down the blush that was forming there. " he asked, moving away to his desk to light a cigarette. "Chapter and verse," she proclaimed. "There are other ways," he said, smoking quietly as he watched her smooth the hair his hands had angrily disheveled. " she challenged, facing him. "No way.
Tell you what," she said agreeably. " His blue eyes twinkled unexpectedly. Al had to stifle a smile of his own. It had been years since he'd seen Thorn like that. The older man was grim most of the time; he hardly ever cracked a smile. Sabina was working subtle witchcraft on Thorn. She sighed and shrugged. " Thorn held back another laugh and turned his stallion. " He spurred his horse and rode ahead of them to open a gate. Sabina's eyes followed him helplessly, her heart spinning in her chest, a bright new feeling making her light-headed with elation.