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An Uncommon Affair (Springhill #3)

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Torey Farrell and Marsh Endicott have each inherited half a house. Each of them wants it all -- and neither is willing to budge an inch. They're reluctant house mates, stuck together by common ownership -- and they're also a man and a woman who are uncommonly attracted to each other. A Springhill series book. Leigh Michaels is the author of more than 90 books, including 80 ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 189 pages
Published March 1st 1991 by Harlequin Books
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Nazish
As much as I dislike reading chick lit, this one was cherry picked out of purely nostalgic intent. During the long strenous study hours, this light paperback with old beat pop tracks of the 70's (Carpenters) and a steaming cup of coffee used to provide a heavenly break. For a moment, I was teleported to a fairy-tale-80's and my love for those vintage years had never been better revived.
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EeeJay
Like all Leigh Michaels books', this one has a wonderful sense of humor which carries a very old plot very convincingly. Personally, I'm not a fan of forced tenancy but this book makes it work very enchantingly with lovely dialogue..........


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Leigh Michaels is the pseudonym used by LeAnn Lemberger (b. July 27 in Iowa, United States), a popular United States writer of over 85 romance novels. She has published with Harlequin, Sourcebooks, Montlake Romance, Writers Digest Books, and Arcadia Publishing. She teaches romance writing at Gotham Writers' Workshop (www.writingclasses.com) She is the author of On Writing Romance.

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