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New York Times Bestselling Author

BARBARA DELINSKY

CALL MY NAME

From America's beloved storyteller, Barbara Delinsky, comes the story of one woman's passion, one man's politics, and one battle of the sexes that's too close to call…

As a child psychologist, Dr. Daran Patterson is passionately dedicated to children's causes—so dedicated, in fact, that she's taking her campaign directly to Senator Drew Charles. He may be one of Connecticut's most popular and powerful politicians, but she is prepared to put up a fight. Unfortunately, she's not prepared for how handsome and charismatic he is—how he can wrap a woman around his finger with a look and a smile. The Senator is impressed with the doctor as well. He's never met an advocate so engagingly persuasive—or irresistibly sexy. So far, their encounters have been civil. But when their mutual attraction leads to one molten-hot kiss, the political becomes the personal…and there's no turning back.

Previously published as Whispered Promise by Bonnie Drake

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    Call my name

    I had difficulty finishing this book. It drags with overly descriptive scenes, weak characters, watered down story line. Reminds me of Danielle Steel books

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