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Her Wicked Heart (The Cunningham Family #3) - The Cunningham Family #3

Ember Casey

Publisher: Ember Casey

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Summary

I'm not who I say I am. 
But somehow a rugged stranger 
Can see right into my heart… 
 
Experience what reviewers are calling "a brilliant continuation to the world created in His Wicked Games"... 
 
 
SECRETS. LIES. AND A DESIRE THAT CAN'T BE DENIED. 
Louisa Cunningham has lost everything. Burdened by grief and heartache, she does something desperate—she assumes a false identity and takes a job at Huntington Manor, the luxury tourist attraction that was once her family's estate. 
 
Nobody here knows who she really is. Not even the sexy, mysterious handyman who knows how to push all her buttons. 
 
He's everything she knows she should stay away from. He's a playboy. He's constantly getting in fights. And he resents the Cunninghams for reasons Louisa doesn't understand. But in spite of herself, she can't stay away from him, even when that puts her secret at risk. Even when it becomes increasingly clear that he harbors a few secrets of his own... 
  
  
The Cunningham Family Reading Order: 
His Wicked Games (Book 1) 
Truth or Dare (Book 2) 
Sweet Victory (Book 2.5) 
Her Wicked Heart (Book 3) 
Take You Away (Book 3.5) 
Lost and Found (Book 4) 
Completely (short story) 
Their Wicked Wedding (Book 5) 
A Cunningham Christmas (Book 5.5) 
Their Wicked Forever (Book 6) 
  
Additional Cunningham Family Books: 
Always Wicked (companion novel) 
The Cunningham Family Bonus Stories 
 
Available since: 02/28/2014.

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