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In Love We Trust & Second Sight

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A two-book volume. "In Love We Trust: " Every man in Mandy Gates' life has proven himself untrustworthy. From her neglectful father to her friend's abusive husband, Mandy can't see that any man warrants the effort. That is until the handsome Civil War re-enactor Bronson Reilly enters and keeps re-entering her world in the most unusual ways. Will fate's relentless matchmaki ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published August 1st 2007 by C.E.S Business Consultants
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Marnie is one of the best authors I know. I loved these two stories. They are some of my favorites!
Best friends Bronson and Gerard from the police accademy have their own love stories in this book--pretty much "love at first sight."
I love Marnie's writing I just wish that these books (two books in one) were much longer.
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Marnie L. Pehrson has been writing books since 1994, but she didn’t branch into fiction until 2004. Largely influenced by her friend and colleague, Marcia Lynn McClure, Marnie’s first foray into fiction was a story about one of her favorite ancestors. She pitched the idea for "The Patriot Wore Petticoats" to her distributor in June of 2003 and had the novel virtually finished by September. A labor ...more
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