Secrets, Lies & Truth: A Sylvie Fox Women's Fiction Box Set

Penner Media Group, LLC
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Hannah tells lies. 

Nari hides the truth. 

What would you do if you met your soul mate, but were already married?In The Good Enough Husband, Hannah Keesling must choose between the man she married and the man she loves.

Nari Yoon has a husband that she's told no one about. But that's not her biggest secret. In The Secret Widow, her one night stand is determined to find out what it is.

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About the author

Sylvie Fox is the USA Today Bestselling author of smart women’s fiction. She splits her time between Los Angeles and Budapest, where she enjoys yoga, knitting, farm-to-table cooking, and life with her son. When she’s not writing, her nose is stuck in a book.
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Publisher
Penner Media Group, LLC
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Published on
Oct 27, 2015
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Pages
657
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ISBN
9781940811451
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / African American / Contemporary Women
Fiction / Asian American
Fiction / Contemporary Women
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / Multicultural & Interracial
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