A Waiting Game

A Waiting Game He wanted her His kisses aroused and demanded a passion she had never known Nicholas Coleman had given her everything the chance of a lifetime Now he demanded and offered so much Seven years had passe

  • Title: A Waiting Game
  • Author: Diana Blayne Diana Palmer
  • ISBN: 9780440195702
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback
  • He wanted her His kisses aroused and demanded a passion she had never known Nicholas Coleman had given her everything the chance of a lifetime Now he demanded and offered so much Seven years had passed since she had come to New York Seven wonderful, successful years But Keena Whitman, designer extraordinaire, would never forget what it meant to be the daughHe wanted her His kisses aroused and demanded a passion she had never known Nicholas Coleman had given her everything the chance of a lifetime Now he demanded and offered so much Seven years had passed since she had come to New York Seven wonderful, successful years But Keena Whitman, designer extraordinaire, would never forget what it meant to be the daughter of a poor Georgia millworker to love and be rejected by a man like Jim Harris Now she had come home, to renovate the old house, to give a grand party, to show them all Even as Nicholas waited in the magnolia scented night to claim her, Keena schemed to have Jim s arms around her, torn between the taste of sweet surrender and an appetite for revenge.

    One thought on “A Waiting Game”

    1. Wow she sleeps with that looser in her home town then says hey why don't I make out with my boss/friend and see where this will lead. Stupid slut! I can't believe it's a Diana Palmer aka Diana Blayne, Susan Kale. So not worth it.

    2. They are supposedly friends for 6 years. Why then would he risk their frienship by trying to seduce her after breaking up with his mistress? It all started like a game for him, that's what he said. And she realised she loved him for the first time in the house he lived with his first wife, I find that totally disgusting. I have a bitter taste in my mouth after reading this. waiste of my time.

    3. Una historia muy bien encadenada, buen ritmo de narrativa y la prota te cautiva poco a poco cuando empiezas a conocer su mundo. Nicholas sufre una transformación a lo largo de la historia y, de hecho, no es convincente en el papel que la autora le da en el comienzo de la historia.

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