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The One That Got Away (Harlequin Super Romance (More Than Friends #3)
Good friends are hard to find. In fact, they're priceless. And it's only after almost losing her that Marcus Kastanos really appreciates his bud Ginger Townsend. She's even offered her house as a place for him to stay while he gets his life on track. Could he have a better friend?Which makes the wild attraction he feels for her so inappropriate. It's true that she's become ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 320 pages
Published June 8th 2010 by Harlequin
(first published January 1st 2010)
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Feb 29, 2016 Paula rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Famous writer Marcus Kastanos gets shot while promoting his bestselling book. When the news of the shooting makes it to TV, he gets contacted by his thirteen-year-old daughter that he never knew he had. Isabel's mother (Marcus's college girlfriend) recently died from cancer, and now Isabel (Izzy) wants to meet her father. Marcus is also contacted by his college friend, Ginger Townsend, who he hasn't seen since college. Ginger's always been in love with Marcus, and she needs to know that he is ...more
Aug 12, 2013 Kelli rated it really liked it · review of another edition
This book was not what I was expecting from a Super Romance. This book had a very real tangible feel to it and I honestly felt like the characters could have been real people and the events that happen, while maybe slightly far fetched were written and fleshed out beautifully enough that they felt like real events. It was such a quick read and such a good read. I can not possibly say enough about this book. I will definitely be reading Jamie Sobrato again.
It's a good story, but the ending is a little--no, a lot abrupt. And not quite believable because the romance wasn't quite there.The hero and heroine spent so much time arguing and distancing themselves that when they finally got together it didn't quite work. Still, it was a nice read.
Jamie Sobrato has dreamed of being a writer ever since composing her first bad poetry at the age of 8. Now that she’s seen 18 of her novels published in the US and around the world, she’s grateful for those grade school teachers who had the grace not to cringe at her early efforts. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Jamie now lives in Northern California, where she is at work on her next book. ...moreMore about Jamie Sobrato...
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