Prelude and Promises

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BWL Publishing Inc., 2018.
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Barbara Baldwin., & Barbara Baldwin|AUTHOR. (2018). Prelude and Promises. BWL Publishing Inc.

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    [synopsis] => Pianist Joseph Donovan was tired of his uncle's interference in his career. In fact, he was tired of his career: concerts, recording sessions, pressure to compose new musical arrangements, and never having a minute to himself. He left it all behind, using his given name of Jake Smith to hide out on Lockabee Island. And that worked very well, until his uncle's executive secretary came looking for him, issuing an ultimatum and deadline for his return home. In the process of negotiating his "capture", he found himself fascinated with her. More surprising was that the passion he felt inspired him to start composing again. Cheyenne knew Jake resented her presence on the island at first, but he soon sparked a passion that made her forget why she was there. When she discovered the real reasons for his leaving Chicago, did she still want to convince him to return? As the days and nights swirled together in a symphony of passion, she was torn between her responsibilities to her employer and what her heart desired. If she had to return to Chicago without him, could she survive the heartbreak?
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