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Waking Up Naked by Grant M. Handgis
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Love on Stage (Rivals in Love Book 6) by P.C. Zick
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The How-Not-To Guide To Parenting And Marriage by Jon Ziegler
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Imperfect Pairings by Jackie Townsend
An encounter with an Italian leads a woman down a path of love and self discovery. Smart, career driven Jamie had not intended to fall in love. And to a foreigner no less, an Italian who doesn't reveal his heritage at first. Jack is short for John, he tells her, but she soon discovers that John is short for Giovanni. Insanely handsome and intense but unreadable, Giovanni is a man of few words. When after two months together [...]
 
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