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Hammer, Nails, and Happily Ever After? (Texas Grit #1)

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Ginger Carmichael is determined to make a fresh start in San Antonio after a disastrous relationship with a colleague. Her new number one rule is to never get involved with a coworker. Her resolve weakens when she lands a job at a construction company and her incredibly handsome, charming boss refuses to stay away from her home remodeling project.

Greg Tucker was badly burn
Paperback, 304 pages
Published July 1st 2020 by The Wild Rose Press
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Sep 19, 2020 rated it really liked it
This is the first book in the series and the first I have read from this author. I was pleasantly surprised by how well I liked the book. It was easy to read, interesting, and kept my attention. The characters were developed and so easy to connect with. The two main characters had both been hurt in the past and were not looking for a serious relationship, but fate had other plans.
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