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The One That Got Away - cover

The One That Got Away

Eloisa James, Cathy Maxwell, Victoria Alexander, Liz Carlyle

Publisher: HarperCollins e-books

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In passionate love stories from four of romance's most prominent authors, meet women who've spent years thinking they've missed their shot at Mr Right – only to discover that fate is handing them one more chance.to win back the love of the one who got away!

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