From girlhood on, Kerry Camden dutifully documented the truth: males were untrustworthy in love. Adam Shard, however, gave her faith in friendship, and through teen tribulations he remained her best buddy, her confidant when her diary wasn't enough. Still, they'd had to grow up, and he'd married another . . . leaving his "buddy" feeling strangely betrayed. Years later, Adam returned--alone--and his reaction to Kerry was far more than friendly. Kerry panicked as pent-up passion for her old pal clamored for release. Had she pressed a lifetime of warm, moist yearning between some dry, dusty pages? Only her diary knew for sure. But Adam was probing, penetrating, threatening to spring the lock on her most intimate secrets ..