Everyone's talking about Zoe Balfourthe illegitimate heiress! She flies to New York to discover more about her biological family and goes a little wild, shocking even herself by spending one night with a gorgeous stranger .
The gradual loss of his sight has caused Manhattan mogul Max Monroe to close himself off from the worlda wife and child are most certainly not on his agenda! How will Zoe, once just a spoiled socialite and now unexpectedly pregnant, unlock the dark heart of a man who may never see his own child?
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|Title of Romance eBook: Zoe and the Tormented Tycoon|
|Release Date: 12-01-2010|
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|Publisher: Harlequin Presents|
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Zoe and the Tormented Tycoon
He turned back to the doctor who was smiling at him with far too much compassion and steepled his fingers under his chin. When he spoke his voice was bland, deliberately so. 'So what are we looking at? A year?' He swallowed. 'Six months?'
'It's difficult to say.' Dr Ayers glanced down at the clipboard that chronicled Max's history of sight loss in a few clinical sentences. 'Stargardt's disease is not a predictable process.As you know, many are diagnosed in childhood, yet yours was not detected until recently.' He gave a tiny, apologetic shrug. 'You could have months of blurred vision, loss of central vision, sudden blackouts ' He paused, tellingly.
'Or?' Max asked, the single word opening up a well of unwelcome possibility.
'or it could be faster than that. You might have nearly complete loss of sight within a few weeks.'
'Weeks.' Max repeated the word with cold detachment, turning to gaze once more at the blowsy blossoms, now at the height of their glory. Perhaps he wouldn't see them fall, wouldn't witness the silky pink petals turn brown and wrinkled, curling up at the corners before they fluttered slowly, disconsolately to the ground.
Max held up a hand to stop the doctor's words of sympathy. He didn't want to hear how sorry the man was, how Max didn't deserve this. Polite but pointless offerings. 'Please,' he said quietly, his throat suddenlystupidly tight.
Dr Ayers shook his head, his words lapsing into...