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Season of Passion Mass Market Paperback – June 1, 1989
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"The Angels" Share" by J.R. Ward
Best-selling author J. R. Ward delivers the second novel in her Bourbon Kings series—a sweeping saga of a Southern dynasty struggling to maintain a façade of privilege and prosperity, while secrets and indiscretions threaten its very foundation. Learn more | See related books
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Kate and Tom Harper are happily married when she finds out she is pregnant. Tom is a huge football star, and when the people start giving him crap about his age, he goes bezerk, and ends up shooting himself, leaving him with the mental capacity of a five year old while his pregnant wife has to deal with the rest.
She then meets this handsom man, who is great to her son, Trygve, and its just a really great story.
Life does have its ups and downs, and its comforting to know how other people would handle it. A must read!
This is one her better earlier novels. The story of Kate and Tom's love will have you hooked from the first chapter and reading how Kate survives on her own is one of courage and strength. Very enjoyable.
"Season of Passion" is not "light summer reading". It is not a book to be treated like a booze-fueled fling - taken quickly and then tossed aside with nary another thought. Oh No! This is a book to be cherished, savored and contemplated. THIS is a book for the ages.
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In Danielle Steel’s heart rendering novel, Season of Passion, she tells the story of a young girl named Kaitlin who meets a famous football player Tom Harper, who his nearing the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lauren R.
I am a huge fan of Danielle Steel's books. This was another great book.Published 1 month ago by Ruby McLaren
The book could have been 200 pages & more enjoyable. Unusual for Daniel Steel to have a book that dragged onPublished 4 months ago by nana
Love anything Danielle Steel! However, this one was a little predictablePublished 6 months ago by mizzygirl