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For months, Christopher Morris has been Brooke's idea of the perfect man-attractive, charming, and fun to be around. But lately he's begun acting strangely, becoming possessive, controlling, and moody. Brooke feels she has no choice but to break up with him, but Christopher doesn't take it well. He drives her wildly back home and gets into a car accident.
That's when Brooke first meets police officer Greg Stevens. After she keeps meeting him--at the worst possible times--the ...
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Overview

For months, Christopher Morris has been Brooke's idea of the perfect man-attractive, charming, and fun to be around. But lately he's begun acting strangely, becoming possessive, controlling, and moody. Brooke feels she has no choice but to break up with him, but Christopher doesn't take it well. He drives her wildly back home and gets into a car accident.
That's when Brooke first meets police officer Greg Stevens. After she keeps meeting him--at the worst possible times--the begin dating. Greg confesses he's a widower and that Brooke is the first woman he has so much as looked at in years.
But as Brooke agonizes over whether Greg will ever be able to truly love her, Christopher makes a dangerous return into her life, deciding that if he can't have her, no one can.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781490353432
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 8/21/2013
  • Pages: 252
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.53 (d)

Meet the Author

Annette Lyon is a Whitney Award winner, a two-time recipient of Utah's Best in State medal for fiction and the author of many novels, a cookbook, and a grammar guide as well as over a hundred magazine articles. She's a senior editor at Precision Editing Group and a cum laude graduate from BYU with a degree in English. When she's not writing, editing, knitting, or eating chocolate, she can be found mothering and avoiding the spots on the kitchen floor. Find her online at blog.annettelyon.com and on Twitter: @AnnetteLyon
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2014

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    OK! Just to warn you this book is written about the Morman religion. Their beliefs in being married for all eternity and being "sealed"? This ruined the story for me as I do not believe in being married in heaven, there is no need for it. But that is not the point, this should have been noted to give us a "heads up"! This author should consider how offensive her beliefs might be to others!

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