Two alone ; &, A secret splendor / Sandra Brown.Material type: TextPublisher: Toronto, Ontario, Canada : HQN, Copyright date: ©1987Description: 570 pages ; 17 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781335008060; 1335008063.Uniform titles: Novels. Selections Contained works: St. Claire, Erin, 1948- Two alone | St. Claire, Erin, 1948- Secret splendor.Subject(s): Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | Survival -- Fiction | Wilderness survival -- Fiction | Children -- Death -- Fiction | Surrogate mothers -- Fiction | Mothers and sons -- Fiction | Children -- Death | Man-woman relationships | Mothers and sons | Surrogate mothers | Survival | Wilderness survivalGenre/Form: Romance fiction. | Psychological fiction. | Fiction. | Psychological fiction. | Romance fiction. | Love stories.DDC classification: 813/.54 LOC classification: PS3552.R718 | A6 2018
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First work originally published under the pseudonym Erin St. Claire. New York : Harlequin, 1987. Second work originally published under the pseudonym Erin St. Claire. New York : Harlequin, 1986.
Two alone -- Secret spendor.
Two alone: "When a plane crash strands her in the remote reaches of the North, confident businesswoman Rusty Carlson is hurt and alone with a man she fears. But she will surely die without the help of Vietnam vet Cooper Landry. Cooper has a deep-rooted grudge against beautiful women like Rusty, but he’ll be damned if he’ll let her risk his chance for survival. There are predators in the dense woods, and the odds are against the pair. But what Rusty and Cooper are even less prepared for is the discovery that they desire more than just survival…" --
A secret spendor: "Divorced and devastated by the loss of her son, Arden Gentry feels utterly alone. But she has another child she gave up at birth for reasons beyond her control. Arden is convinced that finding him will ease her overwhelming heartache. But after she arrives in the tropical paradise of Hawaii, where her son now lives, Arden starts to doubt her decision to contact him. Because she knows that finding him could resurrect all the half-truths, secrets and unspeakable lies that surrounded his birth." --