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Not Quite Married - cover

Not Quite Married

Lorhainne Eckhart

Publisher: Lorhainne Eckhart, INC.

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Summary

Logan has his work cut out for him in getting Julia to the altar. From NY Times & USA Today bestselling author Lorhainne Eckhart comes a sexy and dramatic romance novella, NOT QUITE MARRIED. 
 
"Brilliantly captivating. These Wilde boys are so masculine and so very hot that it's hard to believe that we are not the one's inside the books." ★★★★★ Jilly, Amazon Australia Customer
 
"Great short story...I wish I had someone like Logan!" ★★★★★ Kindle Customer
 
Julia and Logan are getting married. Theirs has been a whirlwind romance: First, her daughter Trinity was abducted, but Logan found her. Julia can no longer fight her feelings for Logan, even though, deep down, she worries about the former marine and the nightmares he carries.
 
However, when she finds out she’s pregnant, causes a car accident, and is served a child custody suit by her lying and cheating ex-husband all in one day, Julia feels that her life is spiraling out of control. She begins to question everything—including Logan’s love for her.
 
But Logan can never let her go. He stands by her and her daughters, all the while hiding his own dark and painful secrets. Before she can marry Logan, Julia needs to be sure he’s the man she believes him to be.

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