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Courting Trouble
Judith Arnold
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Courting Trouble

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The groom said "No"--The bride said "I'll see you in court!"

Sophie Wallace never imagined jury duty as a good place to meet men--until she cast her eyes on gorgeous juror Gary Brett. Now they were working closely together--on a very unusual case. Sophie understood exactly how the poor abandoned bride felt. Then she learned Gary's verdict. He was siding with the groom! What
ebook, 224 pages
Published August 22nd 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Temptation 90s (first published 1997)
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Alexis-Morgan Roark
This is actually a storyline I considered the last time I was on jury duty. Of course, I didn't know this book existed at the time! Jeez. No new ideas even when I think I have one!!

I enjoyed the humor. I really liked hearing some of my own opinions on jury duty voiced as well as meeting the same sort of characters I saw during my two whole days of jury duty. It was really funny in that regard.

The problem with this book for me was the hero's attitude toward marriage (doesn't see the need for the
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Barbara Keiler
aka Ariel Berk, Thea Frederick, Judith Arnold

Barbara Keiler was born on April 7th. She started telling stories before shecould write. She was four when her sister, Carolyn, stuffed a crayon intoher hand and taught her the alphabet, and she's been writing ever since.

Barbara is a graduate of Smith College, where she learned to aim for thestars, and she received a master's degree in cre
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