They Could Never Forget They Were Mirrors . . . And Mistakes They were very proper Bostonians who worked hard, dressed conservatively, and ate and drank in moderation. Suzanne Lawrence, secretary to the vice-president of Southard-Colt, and Patrick Britten, the firm's most brilliant consultant, hid behind polite, cool facades — and led lives of exquisite loneliness. Identical in taste, temperament and habit, they drew together in the belief that they would always remain friends. For having known nothing more, they expected nothing more.
But they never anticipated the powerful instinct that would well up in Patrick. It would teach them about love — and despair — and would bind them together forever. Harlequin American Romance - # 57