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Publisher Description

The only man she wants is the one who’ll never forgive her

Falling in love with her boss’s handsome millionaire neighbor was easy for young Emma Copeland. Despite the vast differences between them, and a past that’s left Connor Sinclair reclusive and wary, Emma gambles her heart on a desire that rocks them both. But there’s something Connor doesn’t know: Emma is responsible for an accident that changed his life forever.

Connor lives by rules intended to protect both him and his vast wealth. Emma’s innocence is the only thing that’s ever broken through his cold reserve, but now his trust is shattered. By the time he realizes how much he stands to lose, it might take a miracle to win her back. But it’s a challenge he’ll gladly face for the woman and the family he needs more than his next breath…

Inspired by a Diana Palmer classic, Bound by a Promise.

June 27
HQN Books
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation

Customer Reviews

Wander523 ,

Best Ever

As usual, Diana Palmer has outdone herself!

MrsManwithtwofirstnames ,


This book made me shake my head from the start. The author jumps from present to past mid-paragraph, with no segue, in multiple instances, which is jarring and confusing. Her jumps back and forth aren’t always consistent either - small details are changed or repeated as if they’re new information, which adds to the confusion. The worst, for me, was the boating accident. With all the talk of cell phones and laptops, one assumes the story is told in modern times. Anyone with experience of modern speedboats knows they’re all made of fiberglass, haven’t been made of aluminum (or any material that could dent) in over 20 years. A fiberglass boat could not possibly get a dent that could be popped out as mentioned in the story. And the thought of 2 boat operators (sober and in broad daylight) being so negligent or absentminded as to completely overlook each other until they were close enough to crash and not see it coming, not to mention the result of the crash, is so terribly unrealistic. It ruined the whole story for me.

My Mila ,


Merrie should have been tougher make the men work hard for love

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