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Down on her luck, former Wall Street dynamo Gabrielle Clayton agreed to move into Paul Reed’s ramshackle but affordable apartment on the condition that they keep strict personal boundaries. Then Gabrielle discovered she and Paul shared a good deal more than the rent - like one outrageous claw-foot bathtub located smack in the middle of the kitchen - and things started heating up! 

For Gabrielle, the most irresistible distraction of all was the sexy blue-eyed renovator himself. Paul was the most romantic man she’d ever met! Suddenly, practical, down-to-earth Gabrielle was dreaming of magical nights spent in Paul’s arms. What had come over her? Was it the man, the moon, or love?

©1989 Sherryl Woods (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Cute winter romance

I like how the characters needed to be really honest about who they really were and what they needed from a relationship instead of everything just being perfect.

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