When Francesca married millionaire Bard Channing, she knew that he was arrogant and demanding - that was part of the attraction. She knew that taking on the children from his previous marriages wouldn't be easy. Nor would coming second to his business. But it didn't matter, she told herself, because above all she knew that she would do anything for him. Or, at least, she thought she would. It was only a small lie, Bard said, one that could save his reputation, their marriage, their children, their life. But if there's one lie, how many more might follow or have already been told? And at what cost? As Francesca is plunged into emotional crisis, she must make some hard choices. She knows that she would do anything for those she loves. The question is, how much does she really love her husband? Enough to do something terribly wrong?More
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