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By Kathleen E. Woodiwiss

"Her marriage to speeding American delivery rich person Jeff Birmingham indications the start of an excellent new lifestyles for Raelynn Barrett. within the loving take care of of her husband's include, the soreness of loss is lowered, as is her anger over her family's tragic and undeserved shame. yet test as she may well, Raelynn can't shut her ears to the harsh accusations and whispered rumors approximately her new wife that buzz round her head like bees. and he or she can't deny what her personal eyes see, even though the pictures sooner than her appear to model her darling Jeff because the worst type of legal, forcing her to escape his hope and his love.

Yet Jeff is familiar with he's blameless --- even though he's blind to the conspiracy that has shrouded his marriage in secrets and techniques and now imperils it with lies. And he'll oppose the treachery with each fiber of his being for you to protect his threatened happiness --- to win again the belief of the girl he cherishes ... and safe his position perpetually in his liked Raelynn's heart.

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