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En year He wanted a loverCade MacInnes had fallen in love with Lori when she was sixteen and he was old enough to know better But he hadn't known better They had parted bitterlyNot a familyNow it was ten years later Lori had a bad marriage behind her and two adorable.

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Girl Trouble[Reading] Girl Trouble Sandra Field Tushna He wanted a loverCade MacInnes had fallen in love with Lori when she was sixteen and he was old enough to know better But he hadn't known better They had parted bitterlyNot a familyNow it was t.

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Girl Trouble free read È 6 º [Reading] ➿ Girl Trouble ➶ Sandra Field – He wanted a loverCade MacInnes had fallen in love with Lori when she was sixteen and he was old enough to know better But he hadn't known better They had parted bitterlyNot a familyNow it was ten year He wanted a loverCade MacInnes had fallen in lovDaughters Liddy and Rachel Except they didn't seem all that adorable to Cade Liddy had taken an instant dislike to Cade Which was fine with him he wanted only one blond in his life not three But getting Lori into his bed meant accepting two little girls into his heart.

Girl Trouble free read È 6 Jill MacLean was born on in England UK In her family moved to Nova Scotia CanadaAfter receiving her Bachelor of Science with honours from Dalhousie University she married She worked at the Fisheries Research Board until her daughter was born Following the birth of her son she was employed by the pathology laboratory of Sydney City Hospital and the biology department of Mount Allison University More recently she completed a Masters in Theological Studies at the Atlantic School of Theology; her thesis juxtaposed Hebrew concepts of chaos in the book of Job with modern chaos theoryWhen her husband joined the Armed Forces as a chaplain she had to stop working They moved three times in the first months the last move was to Prince Edward Island By then her children were in school; she couldn't get a job; and at the local bridge club she kept forgetting not to trump her partner's aceHowever she had always loved to read fascinated by the lure of being drawn into the other world of the story So one day she bought a dozen Harleuin novels read and analyzed them then sat down and wrote one Her first book To Trust My Love typed with four fingers was published in as Sandra Field she believes she's curiously the first Canadian to write for Harleuin During the four years she lived in Prince Edward Island she researched an th century French settlement located near present day Brudenell resulting in a historical book Jean Pierre Roma published in under her real name She also started to write in collaboration with other Martimer writer under the pseudonym Jan MacLean She also used to singed her novels the pseudonym of Jocelyn Haley Her pseudonyms was an attempt to prevent the congregation from finding out what the chaplain's wife was up to in her spare timeBefore she turned her life was changed she had lost three of the most important women in her life her mother and sister to illness and her seventeen year old daughter to a car accident and she separated from her husband in One of the lasting legacies of the grief caused by these losses has been the idea that it is impossible and undesirable to live every waking moment in the knowledge that loss can strike at any timeShe's been very fortunate for years to be able to combine a love of travel particularly to the north she doesn't do heat well with her writing by describing settings that most people will probably never visit And there's always the challenge of making the heroine's long underwear sound romantic Her novels has been translated into Spanish French Portuguese German Italian Greek Dutch Swedish Yugoslavian Japanese and sold in than countries Her first collection of poetry The Brevity of Red was published in When her nine years old grandson Stuart asked him a book for him she wrote her first Children's book and decided continued writing this type of booksJill now lives in Bedford Nova Scotia and she's lived most of her life in the Maritimes of Canada within reach of the sea Kayaking and canoeing hiking and gardening listening to music and reading are all sources of great pleasure But best of all are good friends some going back to high school days and her family In Newfoundland she has a beautiful daughter in law and the two most delightful handsome and intelligent grandchildren in the world of course.

3 Comments on "Girl Trouble free read È 6"

  • boogenhagen

    Girl Trouble free read È 6 Girl TroubleRe Girl Trouble Sandra Field gets the second slot in the four book Man Talk seriesThe H in this is the only POV which makes for an unusual switch in HPlandia to say the leastThis H used to have a huge teenage thing for the h her family was rich and he was from the wrong side of the tracks but willing to work hard From the H's perspective the h threw

  • Maura

    Girl Trouble free read È 6 Girl TroubleCade has just moved back to Halifax and finds himself gawking at a photo of the girl he loved when he was 16 and she broke his heart but now she's a married woman with two lovely daughters He realizes he's never really gotten Lori out of his system and that she still consumes his thoughts Fortunately he runs into her and learns that she's changed Lori's not the spoiled selfish young

  • Robin Reynolds

    Girl Trouble free read È 6 Girl TroubleThe first chapter opens with Cade MacInnis while it's spelled McInnes in the synopsis inside the book it's spelled MacInnis standing outside a photography studio staring at a picture of Lorraine Cartwright and remembering the past The second chapter opens with Cade going to the gym The third chapter opens with Cade calling his mother Do you see the pattern here GIRL TROUBLE is part of a multi author series titled “Man Talk” The entire book is told from Cade's point of view We never see anything from the heroine's point of view are never privy to her inner thoughts And I gotta tell you I loved that Back in the day they were all from the heroine's point of view Then we started getting books told from alternating points of view and while I still love the old romance books I loved also getting inside the hero's