Can’t Fight The Feeling
by Faye Hughes
This book is in good second hand condition. Moderate wearing to cover, edgewear, some have names or book exchange marks.
Published by Loveswept Books, 1995, 229 pages.
When Justin Stone, professor of English literature at the University of California-Santa Barbara, finds his ex-wife in his office, he has no idea why she has appeared in his life again after six years. Then Morgan tells him their divorce in Costa Rica wasn’t legal and they’re still married! Irritated, and still very much attracted to her, Justin agrees to put up with Morgan for only as long as it will take for them to get a legal divorce.
Morgan Treymane, wealthy daughter of writer E.J. Treymane, is in Santa Barbara for more than finalizing their divorce. She’s still in love with Justin and wants to convince him that they deserve a second chance despite their rocky history. She insists that they’ve both changed, for the better. No longer the spoiled rich girl, Morgan pursues a career helping children and Justin isn’t a starving student, but a highly respected professor. Morgan arranges to stay with Justin and work with him on a symposium of her late father’s writings. She makes the most of their time together, reminding him how good it once was between them.
Justin does his best to avoid her, but it’s only a matter of time before he admits what he’s know all along, that he’s still in love with Morgan. Will Justin be able to forget their past and start over? Or will he decide that he prefers the safety of his academic world to the unpredictability of life with Morgan? Morgan isn’t about to let him go again without a fight!Faye Hughes creates interesting characters we can care about and a realistic story to touch the hearts of all her readers! Can’t Fight The Feeling proves that true love is worth fighting for! This book is like an ice cream cone on a summer day–good, sweet, and leaves you wanting more