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Over His Head

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This was supposed to be paradise

That's why Tim Wainwright moved his three children to Williamston, Tennessee, population 123. It was to be a refuge from the tragedy that had fractured their lives, a place where Tim could forget his mistakes.

That's what the place meant to Nancy Mayfield. The veterinary technician thought she had finally achieved balance and peace in her lif

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ebook, Harlequin Superromance 1343, Single Father #15, 304 pages
Published November 15th 2011 by Harlequin Superromance (first published April 11th 2006)
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Tim Wainwright is making thing right or as right as he can for his family. A recent widower with three children on the edge and a bag full of regrets and missed chances he packs up what’s left of his family and takes them home.

Home is Williamston, Tennessee, population 123 and it looks as peaceful and as sedate as Tim remembers it – unfortunately for him his three kids hates it and ever since they cross the highway into Tennessee – he was also knowing that they hated it.

Williamston is also home
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