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By Dorothy Garlock

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Available for the first time in over a decade, two classic Dorothy Garlock romances — Sing Softly to Me and Gentle Torment — are coming back into print in an irresistible two-in-one volume.

Sing Softly to Me:

She thought she’d escaped the man – and the memories. But Tom Clary suddenly appeared in Minnesota to summon her home. Without hesitation, Beth Marshall left her hospital job and made the hazardous winter drive back to Cody, Wyoming, with the brash cowboy she’d tried so hard to forget. She couldn’t refuse Tom’s imperious command to return to nurse her ailing sister. But how could she share Tom’s house, where her sister now lived? The magic was still there but so was the danger. Tom’s searing embrace rekindled passions that had slept but never died. He swore the past was behind them. But had he really changed, or was she headed for heartbreak again?

Gentle Torment:

Tawny-haired Lindy Williamson fled the sun-graced south for the promise of the Alaskan frontier – leaving behind Jake, the rugged ex-husband who’d tormented her even as he tempted her. Facing a challenging job with an oil drilling company, Lindy was determined to build a new – and single – life for herself. Then Jake came to claim her, barging into her life to reopen the wounds he’d inflicted, to revive the yearnings he’d aroused. His burning kisses had seduced her once. Would his fiery passion win her again?

On Sale
May 1, 2007
Page Count
448 pages
ISBN-13
9780446195843

Dorothy Garlock

About the Author

Dorothy Garlock is the author of more than 50 novels that have sold 15 million+ combined copies and are published in 15 languages. She lives in Iowa.

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