Relying on First Impressions Could Be Trouble . . .
Janet Talbot may have been fresh from the Midwest, but she knew the first rule of professional counseling — never get romantically involved with a client.
But as an enthusiastic novice, Janet couldn't resist rescuing someone seemingly about to embark on a life of crime, even one caught red-handed in her own living room!
Although, Janet had to admit, she might have been a little hasty in her decision to personally reform Adam Richfield — an unlikely lawbreaker perhaps, but one with far too much charm.
Harlequin Romance - # 2867