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Dating A Saint: Book Three of the Never Too Late Series

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After divorcing her cheating ex-husband years ago, 42 yr old Lauren McCarthy is upset to find herself attracted to a married man. Or at least, James Gallagher says he's married, even though she has never seen him with a wife. Lauren doesn't want to risk getting to know Jim only to find out he's as bad as her ex. Yet every time Jim puts his desperate and needy hands on her, she thinks that if Jim would only trust her with his secrets, she might be willing to risk her saintly ...
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Overview

After divorcing her cheating ex-husband years ago, 42 yr old Lauren McCarthy is upset to find herself attracted to a married man. Or at least, James Gallagher says he's married, even though she has never seen him with a wife. Lauren doesn't want to risk getting to know Jim only to find out he's as bad as her ex. Yet every time Jim puts his desperate and needy hands on her, she thinks that if Jim would only trust her with his secrets, she might be willing to risk her saintly reputation to be in his arms.

It's true 42 yr old James Gallagher is keeping some secrets, but whether or not he is married is not one of them. He just figures the details of the situation are his business alone. It is only when his attraction to Lauren McCarthy turns into a gut wrenching reality that Jim starts regretting his situation. Jim knows Lauren's history pretty much guarantees she could never settle for what little he can offer her. Not that it matters anyway, the last thing in the world Jim wants is an affair with the woman he fantasizes about being his wife.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466207226
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/30/2011
  • Pages: 270
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.57 (d)

Meet the Author

After 35 years of doing everything for a living except writing books, Donna McDonald finally published her first romance novel in March of 2011. Ten novels later, she is now living her own "happily ever after" life as a modestly successful author who gives back to the universe by doing her best to keep several Lexington, Kentucky coffee shops in business. McDonald dreams of selling her house and taking to the open road once she figures out how to do so without her children and grandchildren finding out. For the time being, she continues to live contentedly with her permanent fiancée of many years who helps her sneak away from real life as often as he can. She loves him dearly for it.
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