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Product NameMidnight Promises (A Sweet Magnolia Novel)
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:1.2 inches / Length:6.6 inches / Weight:0.45 pounds / Width:4.1 inches
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Height6.62 inches    (convert)
Length4.21 inches    (convert)
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AuthorSherryl Woods
Page Count384
BindingMass Market Paperback
Published06/26/2012
Long DescriptionWhen Elliott Cruz first courted struggling single mom Karen Ames, it it was a romance worthy of any Sweet Magnolia fantasy. The sexy personal trainer made it his mission to restore Karen's strength—physical and emotional—and to charm her children. Now, a few years into the marriage, colliding dreams threaten to tear a few years into the marriage, colliding dreams threaten to tear them them apart. Elliott's desire to finance the business opportunity of a lifetime with their hard-earned "baby money" stirs Karen's deep-rooted financial insecurities. It's the discovery that their brother-in-law is cheating on Elliott's sister—and thinks it's justified—that puts their irreconcilable differences into perspective. Will their own loving fidelity be a bond so strong they can triumph against all odds?
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