Love, Sex & the Wrong Bride
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Love, Sex & the Wrong Bride

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"Laugh-aloud funny." -Publishers WeeklyDawn and Hank's breakup is so fresh that she can see the tan line where her engagement ring used to be. She is still in love with Hank, who dumped her for Christine-and they're living together now. But when Dawn realizes how much Hank misses her, and might even regret their breakup, the game is on.Dating in 1980s Manhattan is confusin...more
ebook, 212 pages
Published May 12th 2011 by Blue Table Books (first published 1993)
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Dennis Cook
Not the best start - - I have now read about a half of this book and I can not go any further. After reading several of her suspense books I was looking forward to this but I was dissapointed. This tries to focus on relationships and it was boring and unsatisfactory for me. -- all I can say is keep with the suspense genre and I will keep reading
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