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The Marrying Kind (Hadley #1)

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Since her husband's death, there hadn't been any room in by-the-books Detective Tessa Hadley-Bryant's life for anything but police work--and that was exactly the way she wanted it. Especially right now, when she was handling the toughest case of her career--a murder investigation that reached into the highest levels of Philadelphia society ....

So why d
Paperback, 256 pages
Published July 1st 1996 by Silhouette
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I really loved The Marrying Kind, it was crazy fun and took me on a roller-coaster ride of emotions as we see Tessa and her newly assigned partner John Gunner go through.

Tessa is a cop and come from a wealthy family. Almost a year ago she lost her husband and has been grieving and coping ever since, now she's back to homicide and her partner is ladies-man, rule breaker John Gunner and for some reason he seems too intriguing to Tessa.

Tessa isn't prepared for what he makes her feel and on top of t
Detective John Gunner was a knight in shining armor. Well, almost. When he wasn't trying to kick his cigarette habit or flirting shamelessly or driving like a maniac.

Detective Tessa Hadley-Bryant was recently off desk-duty after her husband had been shot and killed the year before. She had been put through the wringer but was finally ready to get on with her life.

She had to prove to herself and the other officers that she could perform her job. She was trained for it and she needed it. But being
Anto Tilio
Dec 26, 2012 rated it it was ok
Sigo entre las dos y las tres estrellas así que para ser justa le damos 2.5 estrellas.
Honestamente esperaba que este libro chorreara miel por todos lados. Pero me tapó la boca contándome una historia de pasión y amor que se va dessarrollando de a poco mediante las ganas que se tienen los protagonistas.
Los protagonistas en cuestión son: Tessa Hadley Bryant reciente viuda que trabajaba en la sección de Homicidios de la policía de Filadelfia hasta que ve morir a su esposo a sus pies y la mandan a u
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