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Never Too Late for Love [NOOK Book]

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LIKE MOTHER

LIKE DAUGHTER

ARE YOU THE MOTHER OF THE BRIDE…

Globe-trotting Margo McCloud had only come home for her daughter's wedding. But after meeting the groom's handsome, widowed father, Margo felt like a jittery bride herself. Bruce Reed's chivalry breathed freshness into her world-weary soul. And for one brief moment this single mom ...

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Never Too Late for Love

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Overview


LIKE MOTHER

LIKE DAUGHTER

ARE YOU THE MOTHER OF THE BRIDE…

Globe-trotting Margo McCloud had only come home for her daughter's wedding. But after meeting the groom's handsome, widowed father, Margo felt like a jittery bride herself. Bruce Reed's chivalry breathed freshness into her world-weary soul. And for one brief moment this single mom wondered if her daughter didn't know best about love.

OR THE BRIDE?

CEO Bruce Reed thought his life was full—until he met the flirtatious mother of the bride. Her sultry voice permeated his dreams, and soon he wanted her to be more than just his in-law. But could he convince stubborn Margo that it was never too late for love?

LIKE MOTHER LIKE DAUGHTER

Where the bridal bouquet goes from daughter to mom!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459259324
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 7/15/2011
  • Series: Like Mother, Like Daughter Series , #1351
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Sales rank: 1,056,874
  • File size: 993 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2014

    Shadowsoul to Skystorm

    Ok.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2014

    TO SHADOWSOUL

    If youre reading this it means I've left. I'm so sorry. I just cant keep going on with that.... you'll find me again. I know it. I did like you for a while there. You'll know its me when you find me. -Skystorm. I still have some affection for you...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2014

    Volewhisker & co.

    Volewhisker slept. <p> Mouseheart layed by her sister. <p> Molewhisker asked, "Why are we here?" <p> Squirrelpaw padded in. She murmured the solem vow she had made not to fight. <p> Shrewkit watched. <p> Rabbitpelt strechted. <p> Foxheart watched the cats, smiling evily. <p> Dogtail watched. <p> Badgerpelt slept. <p> Chipmunkear slept.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2012

    >.<

    There are two main characters in the book,a lady name Margaret, and a man name Bruce Reed.Margaret is really hard to get, she is also understanding,she is also a very beautiful lady wholooks young for her age.Bruce is a tall, charming, handsome man who works for a company,and these two people really like each other but can't admit to one another.The main conflictof this story is that both of themreally like each other , but there are trials and consequences they face. but the funny thing is that they think it would be weird to date because margeret's daughter is married to Bruce reed's son which makes both of them in laws and they both feel like their kids won't approve of it.
    I really liked the part were they both go out while their kids are on their honeymoon andwhen they went out they were thinking stuff about each ohter in their head, and when they got home they ended up kissing and the next day bruce was suprised while margeret on the other hand was thinking like nothing happened. What i dislike about the book was were everytime they got to be alone got the chance to tell each other how they feel they don't and now that Bruce's job was moving to Italy, it kind of made things complicated. I would reccomend this book to people because it very relaxing and dramatic book, and it really gets to you and you kind of feel whats going on like you really feel what the characters are feeling and this book is really good if you have those of marriage problemsor dating problems.

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