The P. I. Who Loved Her [NOOK Book]

Overview

Mitch McCoy--Private investigator. He specializes in locating people--but could never find the woman who'd loved him, then left him at the altar...

Liz Braden--She's back in town, after jilting another groom. She's obviously not meant to be married...but she's sure tempted to "play house" with sexy Mitch.

After one close call with matrimony, Mitch McCoy is a happily confirmed bachelor--until hi long-lost bride breezes back into town wearing ...

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Overview

Mitch McCoy--Private investigator. He specializes in locating people--but could never find the woman who'd loved him, then left him at the altar...

Liz Braden--She's back in town, after jilting another groom. She's obviously not meant to be married...but she's sure tempted to "play house" with sexy Mitch.

After one close call with matrimony, Mitch McCoy is a happily confirmed bachelor--until hi long-lost bride breezes back into town wearing another wedding dress and red shoes! Mitch might not be "in love" with Liz anymore, but he's never stopped wanting to "make love" to her. But will Liz finally give Mitch the wedding night they never had? Or will her latest groom track her down first?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426861338
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 4/19/2010
  • Series: Magnificent Mccoy Men Series , #776
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 648,719
  • File size: 540 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Magnificent McCoy tale

    Mitch McCoy does not begrudge his brother Marc¿s euphoria after marrying Melanie, but he could not handle all that family happiness that oozed in Maryland over the event. Marc¿s ceremony reminds Mitch of his own time at the altar seven years ago when his bride failed to show up. Mitch gracefully leaves for his Manchester, Virginia home. <P>On a two-lane road, Marc sees a woman standing near her broken down car. His heart slam-dunks his brain when he realizes that the stranded motorist is Liz Braden, the woman who jilted him. She is wearing a wedding dress, which tells Mitch that flighty Liz has punished another groom. The wedding dress has a bloodstain that worries the sleuthing side of Mitch. However, P.I. aside, Mitch knows he still desires Liz, but does not rust her anymore. While unraveling the mystery behind why the only woman he ever loved recently fled Boston, he plans to bed her without a marriage license. <P>The second novel in the ¿Magnificent McCoy Men¿ mini series is a wonderful romantic intrigue that will have readers anxiously awaiting book three. THE P.I WHO LOVED HER is pure fun as the lead protagonist struggles with his love for a woman who deserted and embarrassed him while wanting to keep her safe from whomever is after her. While readers will bond with the compassionate male lead, Liz is an enigmatic person whose plight will touch the audience on a deep level. With this tale and the previous story (LICENCE TO THRILL), Tori Carrington is forty percent complete towards a royal flush. <P>Harriet Klausner

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