She needed to be loved, not merely desired Lenore had gone to Maine to rebuild her life after her involvement with Herzel Rubin had ended in rejection. Then all too soon her heart went out to Adam Jonson, a half-blind man who was more bitter and mistrustful of people than Lenore could ever be. Electrifying passion flared between them--too sudden and overpowering to be called love--but an undeniable attraction nevertheless. Lenore was afraid. Once the infatuation burned itself out, Adam might again desire his girlfriend Valerie... and Lenore would be more desperately unhappy than ever.