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Sheridan's Fate
     

Sheridan's Fate

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by Gun Brooke
 

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How do you control passion when it breaks all the rules?Lark Mitchell, a physiotherapist, reluctantly agrees to work at the luxurious mansion of Sheridan Ward, head of San Antonio's largest business conglomerate, Ward Industries. Having barely escaped death, Sheridan is now confined to a wheelchair and, furious over her loss of control and powerless for the first time

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How do you control passion when it breaks all the rules?Lark Mitchell, a physiotherapist, reluctantly agrees to work at the luxurious mansion of Sheridan Ward, head of San Antonio's largest business conglomerate, Ward Industries. Having barely escaped death, Sheridan is now confined to a wheelchair and, furious over her loss of control and powerless for the first time in her life, she makes Lark's job beyond difficult. Despite this, Lark insists that Sheridan fight to recover, even as Lark struggles with unexpected feelings toward her employer that go against every one of her principles. A dynamic, erotic romance between two charismatic women set in the scorching hot days and humid, steamy nights of San Antonio.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933110882
Publisher:
Bold Strokes Books
Publication date:
09/28/2007
Pages:
308
Sales rank:
931,319
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Gun Brooke resides in the countryside in Sweden with her very patient family. A retired neonatal intensive care nurse, she now writes full time, only rarely taking a break to create web sites for herself or others and to do computer graphics. Gun writes both romances and sci-fi.

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Sheridan's Fate 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Undeaddreamer More than 1 year ago
Not a bad story, but I believe I liked "Course of Action" better. It was very interesting to see this kind of life style in a book and if gave me a new demention to think about. But being someone who know's very little of the handicap lifestyle I felt rather lost on some of the equipment that Sheridan and Lark used which detracted from the almost like like feeling. Either way its still a good book and worth reading.
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