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The Reckoning (A Wilde Brothers Christmas) - cover

The Reckoning (A Wilde Brothers Christmas)

Lorhainne Eckhart

Publisher: Lorhainne Eckhart, INC.

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Summary

Join The Wilde Brothers for a very special Christmas
 
Some scars just don't heal.Logan Wilde has always been the big brother, holding the family together, ever since a crisis made their father leave when Logan was just a teen. He was a surrogate father to his brothers even after their own father returned, and the brothers have always sought out Logan when they were in trouble.However, this Christmas, Logan and his brothers will face their biggest crisis yet.

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