National bestselling author Robin Wells weaves a moving epic that stretches from modern-day Louisiana to World War II-era New Orleans and back again in this multigenerational tale of love, loss and redemption.
Museum curator Sammi Matthews isn’t just in a dating slump, she’s putting men on the injured list. After giving one date a black eye and cracking another’s rib, Sammi decides she needs professional help.
There are probably worse things than having the entire country think that you’re the girl whose services gave the president-elect a fatal heart attack in the sack, but at the moment, Emma Jamison cant think of any.
Cynical, jaded, practical-minded attorney Jake Chastaine is still grieving his late wife two years after her death when he discovers that due to a mistake at a fertility center where she received treatment…
Desperate for a short-order cook, Cole Dumanski hired a penniless socialite, only to discover she couldn’t boil water. Still, the prim and proper Josephine Evans had no trouble raising his body temperature.
The Executive’s Baby Silhouette Romance #1360 ISBN 0-373-19360-2
Nine-to-Five Bride Silhouette Romance #1311 ISBN 0-373-19311-4
Plain Jane Gets Her Man Silhouette Romance #1262 ISBN 0-373-19262-2
Husband and Wife…Again Silhouette Romance #1214 ISBN 0-373-19214-2
The Wedding Kiss Silhouette Romance #1185 ISBN 0-373-19185-5
FOR COPIES OF ROBIN’S BACKLIST, CHECK AMAZON OR BARNES AND NOBLE.
“A phenomenal love story, STILL THE ONE is a tangled web of lies, fate, and unrequited love. The twists and turns will keep readers glued to the pages until the end. A great read!” ~ RomRevToday.com
“In this tale of past emotional turmoil, pain and abandonment, these fully developed characters take us on a journey through remembrance and forgiveness. I fully recommend this novel to anyone who believes love can overcome any obstacle and wrongdoing in the end.” ~ Night Owl Reviews
“With sympathetic, memorable characters, a touching story, gentle humor and evocative writing, Wells’s latest will please fans who like their contemporaries with a southern flair.” ~ Library Journal