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Her Husband's Partner (More Than Friends #2)
Riley Angelica is moving forward with her life, so she's made herself a promise: no romantic entanglements with police officers. Thanks to her late husband, she and her twins have been down that road before.So what does she do with Scott Emerson? She's known her husband's partner for years. But never like this. He's at her house, in her kitchen, with her kids...with "her." ...more
Paperback, 249 pages
Published May 11th 2010 by Harlequin
(first published January 1st 2010)
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Jun 27, 2017 Gail rated it really liked it
Nice read. The heroine has moved back home with her sons after some time away to recover from her police officer husband's death. His partner is there to help her get set up back in the family home, and in any other way needed. He's a good guy, always has been, but she's noticing new things about him. It's a good "friends to lovers" story with a mild suspense element. I liked it.
My grade: C. This book seemed a bit slow. The hero kept going over the same issues in his head over and over again. Yet we really didn't get deep into the character to find out exactly who he was and why. We were given teasers and one "why" was revealed at the end, but it was way too little. The secondary plot of the dirty cops didn't really engage me and I never really understood why the antagonist put the heroine in danger. I liked Scott and Riley and her kids and the extended family. I just d ...more
"This is the second book in the multiauthor continuity More Than Friends. This is a book with a lot of suspense and action as the heroine struggles to bring up her twins and to realize she is falling in love again..." from a review posted by an eHarlequin.com member. To read more go here.
Jeanie London has had a head filled with characters for as long as she can remember. She completed her very first novel when she was just eleven--200 handwritten pages spanning several composition notebooks. School years were spent sneaking romances into school when she should have been learning algebra and biology. College years were spent taking all sorts of electives, like journalism and fictio ...moreMore about Jeanie London...
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