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Only Forever (Mills & Boon M&B)

Romance


by
Linda Lael Miller

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 560 pages

File size: 415 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Vanessa Lawrence had a talent: falling for the wrong man. Case in point, her ex-husband. On the outside, the football player had looked perfect-handsome and rich. But Mr. Perfect turned out to be a lying, manipulative philanderer, and Vanessa vowed never to compromise herself for a man again. Then she met Nick DeAngelo. He was also handsome and rich. And he just happened to be an ex-football player. His disarming charm gave her a rush, and he sure knew how to sweep a girl off her feet. But he was so much like her ex-husband…could she trust him? Could she trust herself? “[Miller] paints a brilliant portrait of the good, the bad and the ugly, the lost and the lonely, and the power of love to bring light into the darkest of souls…” -RT Book Reviews on The Man from Stone Creek

Vanessa Lawrence had a talent: falling for the wrong man. Case in point, her ex-husband. On the outside, the football player had looked perfect-handsome and rich. But Mr. Perfect turned out to be a lying, manipulative philanderer, and Vanessa vowed never to compromise herself for a man again. Then she met Nick DeAngelo. He was also handsome and rich. And he just happened to be an ex-football player. His disarming charm gave her a rush, and he sure knew how to sweep… (more)

Vanessa Lawrence had a talent: falling for the wrong man. Case in point, her ex-husband. On the outside, the football player had looked perfect-handsome and rich. But Mr. Perfect turned out to be a lying, manipulative philanderer, and Vanessa vowed never to compromise herself for a man again. Then she met Nick DeAngelo. He was also handsome and rich. And he just happened to be an ex-football player. His disarming charm gave her a rush, and he sure knew how to sweep a girl off her feet. But he was so much like her ex-husband…could she trust him? Could she trust herself? “[Miller] paints a brilliant portrait of the good, the bad and the ugly, the lost and the lonely, and the power of love to bring light into the darkest of souls…” -RT Book Reviews on The Man from Stone Creek

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