Overview


How did this nice girl end up as the other woman? Even worse, how did she end up the other wife?

Until she met Eric, Maggie McGuire had been above reproach. Now she's been forced to drive cross-country to ask for help—for her child, not for her—from Eric's family. And there, to her horror, she discovers that Eric is already married.

J. D. McGuire is used to cleaning up his brother's messes, but this is the worst one yet. Before he can even ...

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The Secret Wife

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Overview


How did this nice girl end up as the other woman? Even worse, how did she end up the other wife?

Until she met Eric, Maggie McGuire had been above reproach. Now she's been forced to drive cross-country to ask for help—for her child, not for her—from Eric's family. And there, to her horror, she discovers that Eric is already married.

J. D. McGuire is used to cleaning up his brother's messes, but this is the worst one yet. Before he can even start, Eric is killed and Maggie is under suspicion. Even though he'd like to walk away, he finds he wants to help her. But how can he believe Maggie is innocent when he knows she's lying about his brother being the father of her child?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459224421
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 12/15/2011
  • Series: Harlequin Super Romance Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 617,493
  • File size: 549 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    terrific romantic amateur sleuth tale

    Traveling across the country with her infant, a dead broke Maggie McGuire arrives in McGuireville, Arkansas, seeking her deadbeat runaway husband Eric to help at least financially with their child. She crashes a family reunion gala demanding to see Eric; the half brother of her missing spouse James David ¿J.D.¿ used to cleaning up his siblings females messes, intercedes. J.D. informs a stunned Maggie that Eric is married to his high school sweetheart Nancy and has been for quite a while. J.D. insures Maggie and his nephew are cared for while she rests up and decides what to do next. However, she soon has no choice as someone murders Eric and the police suspect her as the culprit. As she and J.D. work together to uncover who killed Eric, they fall in love, but soon he will have to choose between his family and his beloved. --- This is a terrific romantic amateur sleuth tale starring two likable lead protagonists and an immature support character who even after his death causes problems for his extended families. The story line centers on the growing love between Maggie and J.D. who is quite good with his nephew while also providing an interesting who-done-it as a solid subplot. A final twist involving who done it makes sense but will rock readers as the author lives up to her surname weaving a fine tale.--- Harriet Klausner

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