Naked Hope (paperback)












ISBN Digital: 978-1-62830-224-0
ISBN Print: 978-1-62830-223-3
Page Count: 384
Word Count: 94348
Rating: Sensual (PG-PG13)


Research psychologist Jillian Cole's tendency to fall for emotionally unavailable men has taught her to question every man's motives. Specializing in the field of traumatic brain injury, Jill is faced with a case involving the child of a former college professor who crushed her music career years ago.

Music celebrity Gavin Fairfield is wracked by survivor's guilt following the accident that caused his daughter's brain injury. He refuses to believe medical evidence and clings to hope that she'll regain her amazing talent.

Their clash over treatment methods brings them together and there is no denying their magnetic attraction. When Gavin's hope relating to his daughter's recovery results in disappointing consequences, can Gavin and Jillian's love for each other help them find their way?

 

Rating: Sensual
Page Count: 384
Word Count: 94348
978-1-62830-223-3 Paperback
978-1-62830-224-0 Digital

Excerpt:

Jill's fingers moved decisively through the test packets and other instruments she needed, more than a little aware Gavin Fairfield watched her every move. She pulled her laptop from its docking station, and turned to retrieve her briefcase from the floor, only to find that he'd gotten there first. The casual grace of his lean body as he straightened, and the strength of his outstretched arm from years of conducting orchestras, were all-too familiar. Yet, this more charming mature version of the man she knew to be an egotistical tyrant unnerved her.

Jill's fingers closed over his as she accepted her briefcase. "Mr. Fairfield, I always like to set an agenda so the client is informed."

"I'm a client now?" he grinned.

Her mouth tightened. "Unless you suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury, you'll never be the client. As the parent of a potential client who is a minor, we will be establishing three things over the next four days. The first is whether Olivia can navigate the academic rigor of the program?"

"Of course, she can," he interrupted.

Ignoring him, she continued, "The second is to establish her emotional state. Last, we need to determine whether she has enough emotional support and guidance from her family. Specifically, this will mean looking into you, Mr. Fairfield."

The maestro gaped.

For the first time since she crossed the threshold of Ross' office that morning, a smile tugged at the corner of her mouth.
 




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