Daimiana is a choreographer longing to be a real wife to her husband, when a life–changing job offer forces her to choose between the two passions of her life.
Rafferty has sacrificed his career to run the family ranch and has sacrificed being with the woman he loves so she can share her talent with the world. Now his dying step–father is threatening to name his brother as heir unless Rafferty marries. Passion and tension erupt as these two finally resolve a lifetime of love.
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About the Author
Robyn Rychards grew up in the granola bowl of the United States, Boulder Colorado, a town filled with fruits, flakes and nuts. She
considers herself a Jack-of-all-trades-master-of-none and has taught herself to sew, paint, play the piano, garden, cook, the list
goes on. But now that her books are published, she's thrilled to finally be considered a master of one. At least as much as a person
can be, for the learning never really stops.
She feels her active imagination is a blessing and a curse, with the blessing far outweighing the curse, since it has led her to fulfil
her dream of writing romance stories for Harlequin. Robyn started writing stories when she was a teenager because she didn't have
enough books to read, and sometimes finds it hard to believe that people are willing to pay her to do something she enjoys so much.
Then there's the added bonus of having a good reason to put off cooking and cleaning, much less a job that means you can stay in
your jammies as long as you want. That's priceless.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The first book I read of this author and was thrilled with the story. It kept my attention and I read it in one sitting. Seven years was a little long for their romance, but I understood why the author did that. A different story from the norm. Loved both the main characters. Raff and Daimiana were great main characters. Two of my favorite settings are oceans and horse ranches and this story had both. I would recommend this book to everyone.