Kathryn Cranmer - Love's Second Chance
Mills & Boon - Published 1984
To be young, and in love, and in Paris honestly, hasn't this been everybody's dream at one time or the other?
For Kate Lister, an innocent young art student, it was a dream that came true- but with a harsh awakening when she discovered that Raoul de Beaumarchais, only son of an aristocratic family, had not, had never had, any intention of marrying her.
When a few years later, they met again, they were on more equal terms: Raoul with more insight. Kate doing well in her career, able to estimate the risks that she might or might not take. Could she dare to venture on a fresh start, or would she be wiser to maintain the barrier that Raoul himself, after all, had created between them?
Kathryn Cranmer - Passionate Enemies
Harlequin Romance #2517 - Published 1982
Loving him had almost destroyed her once...
It should have been easy to divorce the proud Spaniard who, nine years ago, had accused her of adultery and then callously dismissed and denied his own son!
Liz had gone to Spain determined to finally finish with Francisco Ramirez so she could remarry, but one look at her arrogantly attractive husband had set her pulses pounding ....
It wouldn't be so easy to divorce a man she still loved!
Kathryn Cranmer - Wrecker's Bride
Harlequin Romance #2719 - Published 1985
Who needed Jake Svenson?
Claire was determined not to let director Jake Svenson's hostility toward her jeopardize her work on the movie they were filming in Cornwall.
But he wasn't making it any easier, and neither was his jealous girlfriend, Marianne Lejeune, whose only ambition apart from ruining Claire's scenes was to keep her away from Jake.
As though their fiery relationship could pose any threat to Marianne!