Then Comes Marriage

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Harper Collins, Oct 13, 2009 - Fiction - 100 pages
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User Review  - foreverbklover - LibraryThing

Just started this, it brings in characters from first book. So far, an easy readthis was a good read, I liked it better than First Comes Loeve. There is a great love hate realtionship betweentwo secondary characters that is a hoot.. Read full review

Review: Then Comes Marriage (Hot Water, California #2)

User Review  - Sarah Anderson - Goodreads

The set-up was awkward- heiress forced to marry hunky but wounded techno-geek? But as always, Christine Ridgway does a really nice job of fleshing out characters and giving them depth. Really enjoy her writing style. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
14
Section 3
32
Section 4
51
Section 5
73
Section 6
94
Section 7
117
Section 8
139
Section 11
198
Section 12
217
Section 13
237
Section 14
257
Section 15
275
Section 16
292
Section 17
310
Section 18
328

Section 9
160
Section 10
184
Section 19
347
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Page 16 - He crossed his arms over his chest and leaned against the wall behind him. "I repeat. Do you have an objection to me exercising my conjugal rights?
Page 36 - She had to raise her voice to be heard over the noise. Bram shook his head, fighting with the handheld, and fighting off a breath of Honor's rich-girl scent that was threatening his concentration. "No,
Page 47 - Honor, knowing that you found love and married again, it's . . . it's going to make it a hell of a lot easier for me to enjoy my life and my marriage.

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