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A Liberty Heights 8 in 1 Romance Bundle

Elle Druskin

Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing

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Elle Druskin packages a wallop 1189 pages of contemporary humorous romance in this 8 book bundle: 
Animal Crackers 
Workaholic New Yorker Hayley Weaver and New Jersey small town veterinarian Jake Marx collide in love and laughter in Animal Crackers. 
Life of the Party 
It’s love and laughter in Liberty Heights when social director Ellie Marx hits town and collides with cranky Zach Resnick who is trying to write a book. 
Hanky Panky 
It’s Grandma as matchmaker along with Algernon the Meerkat. More romance, fun and mayhem in Liberty Heights. 
Light My Fire 
It’s campaign season! Mayor Woodrow Wilson is running for re-election while widowed Kara is campaigning for his heart. 
Rodeo Daze 
Jim Kildare is determined to win Renee’s heart. Plans go haywire thanks to Grandma Dixie Sue and ghost sightings. 
Adams and Eve 
Come as an Adams to LouAnn’s Halloween party. Which Adams has murder on his mind? Celebrate Halloween—Liberty Heights style. 
Pranksgiving 
Birdnapped! Who stole Jerome the celebrity turkey? Why? Join the hunt and fun of a Liberty Heights Thanksgiving! 
Wait Watchers 
Men definitely make passes at gals who wear glasses or are nearly blind without them. Romance rules in Wait Watchers!

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