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With one New York Times bestseller after another, Barbara Delinsky has made an indelible mark on readers with her novels of searing poignancy. Now comes one of her classic tales, an emotional and suspenseful story of a woman torn between the needs of her family and those of the man she loves...


Sabrina Stone married wealthy and unwisely. And she's paying the price, wedded to a man who refuses to accept their handicapped son and denying her attraction to reporter Derek McGill, who interviews her for a story on parents of special children. Months later, in the midst of a divorce, Sabrina receives a shock: Derek has been unjustly convicted of murder. Impulsively she visits him in prison and what begins as an act of compassion soon turns into a dangerous and passionate test of courage. For as she tries to save him, Sabrina will discover the most important commitment of all, one that will determine the course of her life, the fate of her child, and the measure of her love.
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, c1988
ISBN: 9780446508674
Branch Call Number: F DEL NVD


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