Cecily Petersen has been in love with handsome, Native American security expert Tate Winthrop since she was a teen, but he refuses to consider a mixed marriage. Instead, he prefers to continue their relationship as her friend, and secretly, her benefactor. Tate has been her staunch protector from her abusive stepfather and arranged for college grants and housing. When Cecily discovers the source of her “grants” has really been Tate all along, she is furious with him.
Cecily’s anger is the catalyst that changes their relationship from friendship to lovers. Now, it’s Cecily’s turn to save Tate when she learns of a shocking political scandal whose revelations have the potential to devastate him. She will do anything to shield him although she knows she could lose him because of a necessary deception.
In this sequel to Once in Paris, we are introduced to a host of new and old characters. The secondary storyline will surprise and delight you. Paper Rose has everything fans of Diana Palmer have come to expect: searing passion between well matched characters, a sweet love story and a well presented and well developed plot.
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