April's Autumn

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Residence-hall director is the ideal job for April Davis: She's working on her doctorate, and supervising a dorm full of college girls gives her plenty of time for research. But when the wealthy and handsome Taylor Delderfield strolls into her life, things promise to change—for both of them.

Taylor is a regent for the college, and it's his job to find out where costs can be cut. He wants to do his investigation on the sly, so he enlists April's aid; if the administration thinks they're dating, he can check out the school without getting the royal treatment. It’s in April's best interest to go along with Taylor, because the first thing on his list of economic inefficiencies is one of the dorms—hers! If she sees more of him, with any luck she can convince him that her dorm should stay. But as she grows closer to Taylor, she realizes exactly what is at stake once their charade is over—and she's got a lot more to lose than her job!

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