When his original software design makes Corey Richardson a wealthy man, he begins to resent his wife, Angela, who reminds him of his impoverished past, and becomes attracted to Marla Whitman, an executive who seems to suit his prosperous futureAngela lifted her eyes to the squeaking hinges. Instinctively ... She clicked off the hair dryer. aquot;How are you ... He stood only inches away, but the distance might as well have been a thousand miles. He touched ... No promise he could make that he had not already broken. aquot;God ... She raised one finger to his mouth to stop his kisses, then slid her robe from her shoulders and turned out the bedside lamp.
|Publisher||:||Zoland Books, Incorporated - 1991-06|