Happily betrothed to Dr. Lee Westfield, Houston is every bit the good girl she was raised to be. So when faced with Kane Taggert's brash marriage proposal, Houston is outwardly shocked. But beneath her gracious demeanor lies a woman of hidden longings -- and her defenses begin to melt the second this rugged stranger touches his hungry lips to hers.
I can't help but love Houston. Even though she tries to be brave and stoic in all situations, she melts by the end, and I love it. Kane makes me laugh, too. The only thing that really gets me is that Twin of Ice paints Blair to be a really good sister, and then Twin of Fire paints Houston to be not so great of a sister. I wish there was a little more consistancy between them in that way!
posted April 27, 2005
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