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Unlawfully Wedded (The Rose Tattoo #2)

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There Ought to Be a Law Against Men Like J.D. Porter...

Hell-bent on discovering how the body of her long-lost father came to be shored up in the walls of The Rose Tattoo, the last thing Tory Conway needed was J. D. Porter running interference. Unfortunately she'd already married the gray-eyed gallant - even if it was in name only.

J.D. was used to getting what he wanted fro

ebook, Harlequin Intrigue #330, Harlequin Treasury 1990s
Published July 1st 2012 by Harlequin (first published July 1995)
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I enjoyed this very much, the heroine has a great nick-name for the hero who is helping in renovating the Rose Tattoo a place owned by his mother, with whom he has an estranged relationship.

The hero is a big shot architect who came to town for his mother and the heroine doesn't like it that the hero is charging his mother. She's a waitress pursuing her PHD when she gets the bad news that she won't get anymore grants and then the same day they find a body, the body that turns out to be of her fat
The mystery in this book was really good. I didn't figure out who did it until I read it. However, the romance was terrible. I can not figure out why any woman would fall for the main male character(I disliked him so intensly I could never refer to him as the hero!) The female main character let everyone push her around with only a token complaint. I would never recommend this book to anyone.
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