Pride and Pretense

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As proud as he was poor, Zan Alexander as a young mansuffered humiliation at the hands of beautiful Maggie Stanton, 15. A doctor’s privileged daughter, she pretended she was in her late teens. When the two are discovered in a compromising embrace by Zan's best friend who is also Maggie’s protective older brother, Zan is shocked and mortified to learn her actual age. He gives Maggie a look of loathing she can’t forget. Now ten years later, Zan's an award-winning playwright, the talk of Broadway, and Maggie is all grown up, a newspaper drama critic assigned to cover the opening of his autobiographical play and get his life story. Will Zan remember Maggie, and, if so, will he be inclined to exact his revenge? Set in the beautiful Adirondacks, the romance has its lighter moments along with some heated ones, too.

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