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A decade ago, Clark Winston nearly had a nervous breakdown after the man of her dreams, Devin Patterson, left her to marry another woman. Soon after, her best friend, the mother of her niece, died, leaving Clark sole custodian of the 10-year-old. Knowing she had to pull herself together, she sought help at a mental health clinic run by an old college friend, Dr. Kenneth Winston. The attraction was instant, and they proved to be a perfect match. Now 10 years later, the past is behind her and she has a perfect career and family at hand. But then, in the blink of an eye, Devin reappears and a tumultuous affair ensues. Clark will now have to make the most important decision of her life-choose the man who broke her heart or the one who fixed it.

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Clark Winston is devastated after the man of her dreams, Devin Patterson, leaves her to marry another woman. Now 10 years later, she has a perfect family. But when Devin reappears, Clark will have to decide between the man who broke her heart and the one who fixed it.

About the Author

Candice Dow is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and graduate of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Johns Hopkins University. She resides in Maryland with her son and loves to travel. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Candice is the author of six novels and is currently hard at work on her next.

For more information visit http://www.candicedow.com/

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ISBN:
9780446179522
Author:
Dow, Candice
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Grand Central Publishing
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Washington, d. c.
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Love stories
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Urban Life
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Literature-Urban Life
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20090931
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TRADE PAPER
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English
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
7.82x5.32x.82 in. .54 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , A decade ago, Clark Winston nearly had a nervous breakdown after the man of her dreams, Devin Patterson, left her to marry another woman. Soon after, her best friend, the mother of her niece, died, leaving Clark sole custodian of the 10-year-old. Knowing she had to pull herself together, she sought help at a mental health clinic run by an old college friend, Dr. Kenneth Winston. The attraction was instant, and they proved to be a perfect match. Now 10 years later, the past is behind her and she has a perfect career and family at hand. But then, in the blink of an eye, Devin reappears and a tumultuous affair ensues. Clark will now have to make the most important decision of her life-choose the man who broke her heart or the one who fixed it.
"Synopsis" by , Clark Winston is devastated after the man of her dreams, Devin Patterson, leaves her to marry another woman. Now 10 years later, she has a perfect family. But when Devin reappears, Clark will have to decide between the man who broke her heart and the one who fixed it.
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