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Addy Wilson's plans aren't working out. Six months after graduating college, she still has no job prospects. When her aunt is injured and can't clean her clients' homes, Addy temporarily moves back to her tiny hometown to help. Nick martin, the guy she had a crush on when she was an awkward teenage, is one of Aunt Becky's clients. But Addy is determined not to make a fool of herself over Nick again. Will Nick and Addy let the childish things of the past stand in their way of love?
|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Barbour Books
Publication Date: 2012
Availability: In Stock
Series: Heartsong Presents
Nick Martin and his four friends made a bet—the last guy to marry wins. The losers have to help plan and pay for the winner’s wedding. No way is Nick going to lose. But when Addy Wilson comes home to River Run, Nick’s interest in winning the silly bet begins to wane. Will Nick and Addy let the childish things of the past stand in their way to love?