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Just Pretending by Myrna Mackenzie
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Jan 13, 2015

it was amazing
bookshelves: romance, suspense, contemporary, fiction, western, mystery
Read in January, 2015

When Myrna MacKenzie created the character of David Hannon, the hero of "Just Pretending", she threw out all the stops when it came to charm, charisma, and caring cuddle-worthiness! However, she didn't stop there--she gave David a woman to love who was his equal in sex appeal, strength of character, and intelligence. Gretchen Neal is drop-dead gorgeous, and she has a wicked, drop-em-dead martial arts kick! David is an FBI agent who returns to his home town to investigate an old murder mystery. Gretchen, a detective with the local police force, is the chief investigating officer on the case. She and David become temporary partners, and at first they struggle to fight their overwhelming attraction to each other. When David pretends to be Gretchen's fiance to help her save face at a friend's wedding, pretending soon becomes real-life passion. When it comes time to part, will these two hearts afire be able to say goodbye? In "Just Pretending", Myrna MacKenzie offers vivid characterizations, and an intense relationship between a well-matched romantic duo!


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