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Just One of the Groomsmen by Cindi Madsen
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Just One of the Groomsmen by Cindi Madsen

Things are changing for Tucker and Addie. And between them.
Friends to lovers story. A charming contemporary romance filled with poignant moments of self awareness and changing emotions.

Addie has been a tomboy all her life. Her best friends are the four men she grew up with. She plays football, plays poker and generally feels the most comfortable with them. But now that one of the four is getting married, she’ll need to wear a dress and heels to the wedding and take dancing lessons. It’s a new experience for her. But once Tucker catches a glimpse of her legs under a car, he suddenly sees the sexy female instead of his best friend.

“You look great,” he said, and it warmed her from the inside out, even though she told herself she’d asked, and he’d simply answered a question. The “you look like you,” he added left her wondering what exactly that meant. Of course she looked like herself.
When she caught her reflection in the window of Ford’s truck, she decided that for all Tucker’s talk about not liking having to lie, he was a big fat liar. The last word she’d use to describe the girl in the reflection with the grass-stained clothes and lopsided ponytail was “great.”
Not that she cared.
She used to not care.”
Excerpt from Just One of the Groomsmen by Cindi Madsen

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May 12, 2019 – Started Reading
May 12, 2019 – Shelved
May 21, 2019 – Finished Reading

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Joe Krakovsky I loved that paragraph when he saw the legs under the car!

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