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The Pregnant Bride Wore White (The McCoys of Chance City)

3.71  ·  Rating Details ·  69 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Keri Overton thought her one night of passion with Jake McCoy would be her only memory of him--until she discovered she was pregnant with his child. Fortunately a safe haven beckoned: Jake's hometown of Chance City. Too bad he was out of town. Permanently, it seemed.But imagine her surprise at a surprise baby-shower guest: the child's father! And everyone expected these so ...more
Paperback, 217 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Silhouette Books (first published January 1st 2009)
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Paula Legate
Apr 14, 2015 Paula Legate rated it really liked it
I have to agree with a previous reviewer. I enjoyed the secondary characters as much as I enjoyed the main characters. The story wouldn't be the same without Nana Mae, or Aggie McCoy, or Jake's brothers, and some of the friends that brought life to the book.

Keri, and Jake were kidnapped and thrown in a dark cell. Keri thought she would die, she didn't see a way out. Jake gave her comfort, and the two spent the night making love. Once they were saved, the two went separate ways. When Keri found
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Pamela(AllHoney)
Contemporary romance in the Silhouette Special Edition line. It was just okay for me. The heroine, Keri, didn't make a lot of sense in her actions. The characters didn't really appeal to me much. Like I said, it was just okay and nothing special to it in my humblest opinion.
Roub
Jun 30, 2013 Roub rated it liked it
very nice one..sweet n entertaining but i prefer presents books where there is more passion n i guess l like love/hate relationship which was absent in this book. really sweet one though, don't miss it :p it puts u in a light mood
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And they lived happily ever after.

I’ve always loved that sentence. There is such hope in those words, such faith in the future and ever-after love. I’ve always been a believer, which led me to being a reader of romance novels long before I began to write them. The dance of courtship between a man and a woman, sometimes slow and bluesy, sometimes wild and uninhibited, is sheer bliss to me. And the
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