Suddenly You (Google eBook)

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Harlequin, Nov 1, 2012 - Fiction - 288 pages
26 Reviews

The definition of a happy man?

The guy who knows exactly what he wants and has it. That's Harry Porter. He's got the perfect job, the best buddies and no commitments beyond the next good time. It's the ideal life.

Then he stops to help Pippa White when she's stranded by the side of the road. He's known—and liked—her for a while, but as the ex of a friend, she's entirely off-limits. And as fun as the banter with her is, Harry knows single moms are out of his league.

So why all the excuses to see Pippa again…and again? And why can't he stop thinking about her? But most puzzling of all is how Harry suddenly wants to swap a night with the boys for one with only Pippa!


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I'd like to see her utilise a different plot device. - Goodreads
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User Review  - Holly - Goodreads

This author was new to me, and after reading the many good reviews, I thought I'd give her a try. I enjoyed reading this story, although there were some problems.. I read many high quality authors ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jacob Proffitt - Goodreads

Okay, first off, and I have to get this out of the way before I can get to anything more coherent, Harry is absolutely irresistible. A grown-up man-child with serious fix-it skills on the cusp of ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Sarah Mayberry was born in Melbourne, Australia. Ever since she learned to read and write she has wanted to be an author. She studied professional writing and literature before embarking on various writing-related jobs, working as a magazine editor and in various story-related roles on Australia's longest running serial drama, Neighbours. She inherited a love of romances from both her grandmothers and fulfilled her fondest wish when she was accepted for publication.

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