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The Boyfriend's Back (The McNulty Brothers #1)

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Dealing with unexpected twists isn't new for Hailey Maddox. Despite everything, she's managed to create the perfect life for her daughter. Oh, except for one tiny thing. A ghost from the past in the form of JT McNulty, her first love. When he arrives to attend his mother's funeral, Hailey's not surprised--she's terrified.After fifteen years of avoiding the truth, she's got ...more
Paperback, 249 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by Harlequin
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I appreciated how complex and flawed the characters of this story are; it's a very untypical romance in many ways, with a low-key hero and a heroine who's made huge mistakes. I was won over by the tenderness of the ending, but I did have one huge problem with the plot.
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Megan Glass
Nov 18, 2015 Megan Glass rated it it was amazing
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Recommended to Megan Glass by: Sacramento Public Library
It's funny how he mistakenly thought his dad going to show emotion at the funeral but instead his dad spit on his wife's grave. Under normal cirumstances, it's not funny to spit at someone's funeral when they going to be buried after service. It's disrespectful to the dead. However, i understand she cheated on his dad. He refused therapy and however finally accepted therapy. It's funny how his dad was making racquet when the son and the son's girlfriend was kissing. I started and finished this ...more
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A lovely story about a high school couple that meet again 15 years later after many lies and misunderstandings. The characters are full of life and you can see them trying to do the right thing and like many of us failing. It is sweet and very enjoyable. There were none of the annoying logic errors, misspellings, or incorrectly used idioms that plague many of the monthly Romance series that I have read in the past.
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