He was a man of mysteryab Judge Thorne Barrington was a survivorabthe only living victim of serial bomber Jack the Tripper. He'd even survived Jack's real curseaadvance warning of bombings he could not prevent. But survival had its price. Once the darling of debutantes and the crowned prince of the society pages, Barrington had vanished from the public eye. Driven by a need she told herself was professional curiosity, Kate August delved into the mystery of Thorne Barrington. But for reasons more elusiveaand far more personalashe followed him into the darkness, determined to find the heart of the mysteryaband the man.If youa#39;ll excuse me, I think Ia#39;ll fix some iced tea. ... Somehow in the enforced intimacy of the shared umbrella, Barrington had become Mr. Thorne. ... People had kept cool that way in her grandmothera#39;s day, but here she could hear the air conditionera#39;s efficient hum in ... His shoulders were broader than shea#39;d expected, and his chest filled the cotton shirt, its muscled width tapering to a flat belly and slim hips.
|Title||:||Heart of the Night|
|Publisher||:||Harlequin - 2011-07-15|