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Meant for Each Other

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Frankie Hale doesn't believe in love at first sight... until she meets Johnny Davis. And hours after that first meeting, he carves their initials into a tree, joining them forever. If only it were so easy.From the very beginning, their on-again, off-again romance makes them the talk of their small Missouri town. It's clear that Frankie and Johnny are meant to be together, ...more
Paperback, Harlequin Superromance #1535 Larger Print, Everlasting Love #34, 312 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Harlequin (first published June 1st 2006)
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Sep 01, 2011 RLA rated it it was ok
The heroine Frankie recieves a call in the middle of the night informing her that her ex-husband Johnny, the hero, is in hospital after having a heart attack and she is still down as his emergency contact. As she is traveling to the hospital she reminices over her relationship with Johnny. Told through flashbacks we learn that Frankie and Johnny met as teenagers in the 60s and they immediatly knew they belonged together. Frankie was a sweet and naive small town girl brought up to know her place ...more
Apr 27, 2013 Elizabeth rated it really liked it
Frankie and Johnny take the saying "if at first you don't succeed try, try again"to a whole new level. This young couple meets in the 60's and carries on an endearing romance that will tie the reader to them and root for they as a family, and as a couple to win in the end. Through life changing "brownie moments", and teenage mistakes that are all too real for teens in any era this heart warming story will tug at your heart strings as a reader, and keep you up at night so don't make long term ...more
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Meant For Each Other by Lee Duran
It was love at first sight when Frankie Hale and Johnny Davis. They knew they were meant to be together. Johnny even carved their initials in a tree just hours after meeting, joining them forever. But their happily ever after was a bumpy road with three failed marriages to each other and one breakup while Johnny was in college. Frankie still braved a treacherous ice storm to be at Johnny’s hospital side after he was in a serious car accident while suffering a hea
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