Caught in the Storm With a Lennox: A Lennox in Love, Book 0

· Tina Martin Publications
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96
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 A Short Story Prequel to Claiming You
A blizzard is churning along the East coast. Emory didn’t expect that the wind would blow a drop dead gorgeous gentleman right to her front doorsteps...

Emory McNeil is all prepared for the forecasted snowstorm heading for Atlanta, but nothing could prepare her for the man - Remington Lennox - standing at her door, needing to use her cell phone after he’d skidded off the road. She invites him inside and allows him to warm up and use her phone. She knows there’s nowhere for him to go. Not in this weather. That means, he has to stay with her...

Remington said he was out searching for properties when he was caught in the storm and subsequently winded up at Emory's door. 

Was he actually stranded? Yes.
Was he really searching for properties? Nope!
Is Emory McNeil really a stranger to him? Somewhat.

He knows her, and this seemingly chance encounter is anything but. He’s a stranger to HER, but she’s no stranger to HIM. In fact, Remington had been looking for her house all along…

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The Lennox Series are all standalone novellas with the exception of Caught in the Storm with a Lennox which is the prequel to Claiming You.

Book 0 - Caught in the Storm With a Lennox (A Short Story Prequel to Claiming You)
Book 1 - Claiming You – Remington Lennox and Emory McNeil
Book 2 - Making You My Business – Giovanni Lennox and Joelle Bannon
Book 3 - Wishing That I Was Yours – Jessalyn Lennox and Spencer Wakefield
Book 4 - Before You Say I Do – Kenton Lennox and Lauren Chandler

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