He was a dreamer Growing up father on the streets of Chicago's roughest neighborhood, Del Rafferty vowed to escape poverty and create a good life for himself. He'd succeeded in his dream and now made his living creating new images for his corporate clients. She was a realist Kay Stockwell put no faith in dreams or images. An engineer by profession, she ran a company that built robots. But when public opposition to her robots turned violent, Kay turned to Del for help. Could Del diffuse the ugly situation? More important, could Del and Kay stop arguing long enough to realize they were made for each other?