Coming Undone

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Harlequin, Apr 1, 2007 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Surfer—make that ex-surfer—Carly Winters can't believe she accidentally faxed an erotic letter to…a secure military line? Now navy SEAL Jonathon "Hunt" Huntington is at her door, fax in hand, asking her how the fantasy ends.

Because Carly's parents think Hunt is her new boyfriend, and Carly does need a wedding date ASAP, Hunt's ready to play—only on one condition. Carly's got to teach him to hang ten. Problem is it's been a while since Carly's career-ending accident and she's terrified of anything aqua. But with Hunt, letting go just may make her fantasy a reality!

 

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rabck from smurphie; steamy romance featuring a Navy Seal. Ex-surfer Carly accidentally faxes an erotic piece of fiction…not to her best friend to use on her boyfriend, but to a Navy private fax #, and hunky SEAL Hunt shows up to investigate. Of course, they fall in bed and in love. Read full review

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Contents

Dedication Page
8
Prologue
9
Chapter One
14
Chapter Two
29
Chapter Three
43
Chapter Four
58
Chapter Five
71
Chapter Six
86
Chapter Fourteen
206
Chapter Fifteen
222
Chapter Sixteen
238
Chapter Seventeen
254
Chapter Eighteen
268
Chapter Nineteen
284
Chapter Twenty
297
Chapter TwentyOne
315

Chapter Seven
101
Chapter Eight
114
Chapter Nine
129
Chapter Ten
145
Chapter Eleven
159
Chapter Twelve
174
Chapter Thirteen
193
Chapter TwentyTwo
334
Chapter TwentyThree
345
Chapter TwentyFour
359
Epilogue
369
Copyright Page
377
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About the author (2007)

New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Tyler writes across many genres, including New Adult, Romantic Suspense and Paranormal Romance.  She also co-writes as Sydney Croft.  She lives in New York with her husband and kids and a crazy weimaraner named Gus.

 

 

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