Newlywed Games

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, Feb 1, 2000 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Every woman will relate to Newlywed Games, a hilarious romantic comedy about a "little white lie" that grows into a very big problem. Meghann Livingston invents a husband to soothe her dying mother. But when her mom miraculously recovers, then comes for a visit, Meghann is hard-pressed to explain her "husband's" absence! Before Meghann can come clean, her handsome, elusive boss, Bruce Halloway, inadvertently steps into her romantic charade ... and to Meghann's shock and horror, insists upon playing "son-in-law" to her mom. The masquerade's success depends upon them playing their newlywed games extremely well. But when they do, both Meghann and Bruce -- even as they struggle to overcome the consequences of their deceptions -- find themselves falling in love ... for real!

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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Mary Davis was raised in Washington state. After hopping back and forth across the United States, she has settled in Colorado with her husband, three children, and a guinea pig named Newt. She holds a college degree in elementary education and has studied advanced courses from the Institute of Children's Literature. Newlywed Games is her first published novel.

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