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Something Unexpected

3.45  ·  Rating Details ·  60 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Rosemary Jeffers knew she was in trouble when the handsome stranger who'd romanced her on the dance floor turned out to be the pharmacist in her new hometown! Dean Kingsley wasn't merely irresistible--he was an honorable man who played for keeps. And they were about to share a whole lot more than a slow dance. After all, she was having "his" baby....Dean needed a wife--or ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 15th 2011 by Silhouette
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Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
Live wild for one night and the results end up being dreams come true disguised by nightmare situations peppered with mortification and embarrassment. It was rather fun.

Rosemary is a woman who is about to embark on a brave journey. She is finally taking steps to start living again after a divorce that shook her to her toes. She thought she had it all but it was a smoke screen and she never saw the truth. During the course of this story, the heroine faces a lot of revelations about herself; some
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Alaine Batty
Jan 24, 2012 Alaine Batty rated it really liked it
Ok I did like this book, but there are times when the author must have gotten mixed up called Rosemary, Claire. This was very frustrating as I ended up having to re-read a few lines, to make sure I'd not missed anything.

Even though I would recommend it to others, it was confusing at times.
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Nov 19, 2011 Michelle rated it liked it
The book seemed interesting when I read the summary for it, but I just couldn't get as invested in the characters as I normally would.
Laura's Book Addiction
I prefered Dean's brother's story better than this book which I felt was slow paced and found it hard to finish at times.
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Love a book with some mystery. This one pulled it together.
Susan Lute
Feb 09, 2011 Susan Lute rated it it was amazing
This is a wonderful new addition to Wendy Warren's Honeyford series. I loved the characters, the story, and Honeyford. Can I move there? If you love sweet stories this novel is for you.
Jul 17, 2011 Jules rated it really liked it
Very very cute read. The hero, Dean, is pretty dreamy too.
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