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The Devlin Dare (Men: Made in America II #46)

The Devlin Dare Men Made in America II VirginiaMollie Devlin Had Gone a Little CrazyBoot camp could do that Long weeks at the marine base at Quantico Virginia had left Mollie as limp as yesterday s lettuce both physically and mentally P

  • Title: The Devlin Dare (Men: Made in America II #46)
  • Author: Cathy Gillen Thacker
  • ISBN: 9780373360499
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • VirginiaMollie Devlin Had Gone a Little CrazyBoot camp could do that Long weeks at the marine base at Quantico, Virginia, had left Mollie as limp as yesterday s lettuce, both physically and mentally Put plainly, Mollie was in no shape to tell a good idea from sheer suicide.When her so called buddy dared Mollie to make a conquest of Dave Talmadge, the base physician s dynVirginiaMollie Devlin Had Gone a Little CrazyBoot camp could do that Long weeks at the marine base at Quantico, Virginia, had left Mollie as limp as yesterday s lettuce, both physically and mentally Put plainly, Mollie was in no shape to tell a good idea from sheer suicide.When her so called buddy dared Mollie to make a conquest of Dave Talmadge, the base physician s dynamic, handsome brother, her fighting spirit revived but her brain remained in neutral Mollie could never turn down a challenge, so she set out to win Dave s heart but she never considered the dangerous consequences of such a foolhardy bet.

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    1. Cathy Gillen Thacker

      Dear Readers,The love stories in my family have always been fodder for romance novels.My maternal grandmother and grandfather simultaneously ran a business together and raised four daughters, long before it was an accepted thing to do Grandpa O Dell ran the gas station and the barber shop Grandma O Dell managed the grocery and cooked for customers They were true partners and madly in love and parted, tragically, way too soon when he succumbed to cancer when he was in his early fifties Grandma grieved deeply but eventually picked herself up, started a new career as a cafeteria chef, and eventually found deep romantic love and happiness again, in the form of a second marriage.Read here

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