A Time to LoveBook - 1996
Arielle Pasteur had hoped to find the solitude she craves on the primitive West Indian Beach, but instead she finds handsome photographer Chris Howe who, behind his arrogant exterior, is a gentle soul who wins Arielle's heart.
New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinskydemonstrates her incomparable talents for capturing the deepest desires of the human heart in this breathtaking story, first published in 1982, of misunderstanding, fulfillment, and love.
It is the ultimate in luxury and privacy -- a villa nestledamid brilliant sunlight and gently waving palm trees on a secluded Caribbean beach. There Arielle Pasteur hopes to find the solitude she desperately craves.
Instead she ends up sharing her sensuous surroundingswith a man who sparks memories of a painful past she thought she'd put behind her. Devastatingly handsome fashion photographer Chris Howe seems like an overbearing, egotistical chauvinist. Yet behind the glittering celebrity façade lurks a tenderness that begins to soften Arielle's protective shell. But before she can trust him with her fragile heart, she must learn to trust herself.
Arielle Pasteur had hoped to find the solitude she craves on the private West Indian Beach, but instead she finds outrageously handsome fashion photographer Chris Howe who, behind his overbearing, arrogant exterior, is a gentle soul who wins Arielle's heart. Reissue.