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Then There Were Three (Harlequin Superromance)

3.59  ·  Rating Details ·  51 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
Talk about being sucker punched. The runaway kid sitting in Police Chief Nic DiLeo's chair with her feet propped up on his desk belongs to his family--no doubt about it. But her father isn't one of his five brothers.It's him. She's his daughter with Megan Bell.

Nic was crazy about Megan in high school...until she vanished from his life with no explanation. The bigger secret
Paperback, 283 pages
Published April 5th 2011 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2011)
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Apr 07, 2011 Sheri rated it really liked it
My grade: B. I enjoyed these characters a lot, especially teenage Violet. My only complaint is the easy resolution of all the complicated emotional issues presented. I felt there needed to be more time spent on resolving the relationship issues--with Nic's family, with Megan's family, and most especially between Nic and Megan. Neither one of them ever explained to the other how they felt when Megan left, how it hurt, how seeing the other again was like coming home and the ultimate excitement all ...more
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Apr 23, 2011 Alannah Davis rated it really liked it
Police Chief Nic DiLeo is in for the shock of his life when he finds that the fourteen-year-old runaway sitting in his office is related to him. But not via one of the five siblings he'd helped his mother raise. This little surprise is his one and only child: his daughter with Megan Bell, the love who had disappeared from his life with no explanation when they were still teenagers.

Now he knows why Megan suddenly vanished from his life.

I don't read romance novels very often, so I'm not a connois
Mar 29, 2014 Kate rated it liked it
Shelves: fiction, romance
I'm trying to expand my knowledge of genre fiction for adults (specifically war fiction, traditional romance novels, and science fiction), and found Then There Were Three to be a surprisingly fun read. I'd always imagined Harlequin to publish old-school bodice rippers that pretty much existed just for people to skip to the sex scenes, and was pleased to be proven wrong. Yes, this was a shallow and far-fetched read, but it was no more so than Sophie Kinsella or other similar guilty-pleasure chick ...more
Anne Dirty Girls' Good Books
I liked the first half of this book better than the second half. The author really set up some complicated situations that needed to be worked out. Violet, the 14 year old "secret baby" of this book had an enjoyable POV. But after all that set up I was disappointed with the resolution. There wasn't a whole lot of talking between Nic and Megan, or between Megan and her parents even. There was a lot of internal thinking and working things through, but I just couldn't accept that Nic would just for ...more
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"Great book. I loved Violet and her thought processes, .... Nic was great as a dad, .... He and Megan had some serious issues to deal with .... His family was great, and I'd like to see more of the brothers." From a review posted by an member. To read more, go here.
Katy Beth Mckee
This was a good read but as other stated it sort of fizzled a bit in the end. You can she the happy ending possibly around the corner but it seemed to end just before you got there. Maybe the point is life doesn't always have a neat "ending" but frankly I want my fiction to have one. I think an epilogue would have gone a long way to provide closure.
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Feb 25, 2016 Rachael Albert rated it liked it
Okay so I liked the book well enough actually I could have loved it but, it just felt SO UNFINISHED. Like the author realized that she had enough chapters and abruptly ended the books. Made a lot of the stories seem incomplete... REALLY IRKED
Mar 06, 2016 Nancy rated it it was amazing
An unusual beginning that totally hooked me as a reader. And the rest wasn't the usual romance novel in any way. A great read that I highly recommend.
A new author for this huge reader of romance.
Aug 28, 2013 Kim rated it it was amazing
was a really good harlequin Super Romance. had a good ending to
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Jeanie London has had a head filled with characters for as long as she can remember. She completed her very first novel when she was just eleven--200 handwritten pages spanning several composition notebooks. School years were spent sneaking romances into school when she should have been learning algebra and biology. College years were spent taking all sorts of electives, like journalism and fictio ...more
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