Good Girls Don't Kiss and Tell

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They used to be enemies...
Gracie McAllister has never been the relationship type...until now. After a brutal visit from her happily married parents, Gracie is looking for Mr. Right...not Mr. Right Now. And despite their recent truce, there is no way sexy Eric Henderson is anything but.
Now they’re allies...
Eric has always had a thing for Gracie, but they could never manage to get on the same page long enough to explore the heat between them. When Eric gets the opportunity of a lifetime, he asks Gracie for help...and swears her to secrecy.
But is that all?
Now the whole town thinks their romance is real, but it’s just a business arrangement. There’s no way they’re actually falling in love...right?
*Includes bonus content - The Trouble with Attraction - a collection of scenes featuring Gracie McAllister and Eric Henderson*
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Publisher
NYLA
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Published on
Feb 28, 2017
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Pages
300
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ISBN
9781943772773
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / Historical / General
Fiction / Small Town & Rural
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