Something Borrowed by Lena Hart

Resident bad boy Jackson Matoa is not very good at expressing his feelings. Especially when those feelings include an inexplicable desire toward his brother’s widow. And if the blow from his young brother’s death wasn’t enough to break him, the guilt of his unwavering lust for his sister-in-law just might…
Despite her best efforts, Truth Richards can’t seem to make sense of her feelings for her insufferable brother-in-law. She’s certainly not willing to admit just how deep those feelings run. With one phone call, Truth finds herself returning to Cedar Bend and forcing her way back into Jackson’s life.

Yet with the pain of their loss still fresh, can these two broken hearts borrow each other’s strength to find happiness with each other? Or will their guilt and grief push them further apart?

Book Details

  • File Namesomething-borrowed-by-lena-hart.epub
  • Original TitleSomething Borrowed (Brides of Cedar Bend Book 3)
  • Creator
  • Languageen
  • IdentifierMOBI-ASIN:B078MXBTZR
  • PublisherMaroon Ash Publishing
  • Date2017-12-24T16:00:00+00:00
  • File Size337.020 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. Part One
  • 2. Part Two
  • 3. Epilogue
  • 4. Blurb
  • 5. Part I
  • 6. Chapter 1
  • 7. Chapter 2
  • 8. Chapter 3
  • 9. Chapter 4
  • 10. Part II
  • 11. Chapter 5
  • 12. Chapter 6
  • 13. Chapter 7
  • 14. Chapter 8
  • 15. Chapter 9
  • 16. Chapter 10
  • 17. Chapter 11
  • 18. Chapter 12
  • 19. Chapter 13
  • 20. Chapter 14
  • 21. Chapter 15
  • 22. Chapter 16
  • 23. Dear Reader
  • 24. Preview into Book #4
  • 25. From the Author
  • 26. Books by Lena Hart
  • 27. About the Author
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simplymess K · a few seconds ago

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simplymess K
simplymess K · a few seconds ago

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