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  • It's Me Again, Baby -Book 3-O'Connor Family series

    I just finished reading this novella December 15, 2017. This is my review. This was such a cute novella! The main characters of Maguire and Samantha (Sam) are a couple who you just can't wait to get together. It's a great story when you need that romance fix. Maguire and Sam had a hot and steamy week together three years ago. Now, Sam is back in town of Holly, North Carolina, and Maguire is determined to get Sam back and never let her go this time. He's positive their one week together wasn't just a fling. Sam has come home after three years of living in Oregon and making a name for herself as a real estate agent when her father suddenly passed away and now she wants to be closer to her mother. The last thing she expected was to have Maguire as one of her clients! A misunderstanding drew them apart three years ago when she was young, only 21 years old, and self-conscience. The chemistry between her and Maguire is unmistakable but can they really have a meaningful relationship? This was such a good story. Being a novella, the story starts out quickly and the romance is hot from the start. Throw in a secret from Sam's past and you have an exciting little novella. I really enjoyed it. Can't wait to read the next installment in this series. They are fast and fun and perfect for that romance fix.

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  • If it ain't broke don't fix it.

    If it ain't broke don't fix it. Words to live by and Ms. Reus blends the heart of contemporary and the intrigue of suspense to create a seductive puzzler. Not to mention provide a little second chance love and a hint of matchmaking along the way. So many parts of the romantic genre have come together in a firecracker read.

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