Mad Enough to Marry

Mad Enough to Marry TRULY MADLY DEEPLYLong lean Logan Chase was dangerous to Elena O Brien Which was why she had to be mad to consider his offer of shelter Yes she needed a temporary home while hers was renovated bu

  • Title: Mad Enough to Marry
  • Author: Christie Ridgway
  • ISBN: 9780373244812
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • TRULY, MADLY, DEEPLYLong, lean Logan Chase was dangerous to Elena O Brien Which was why she had to be mad to consider his offer of shelter Yes, she needed a temporary home while hers was renovated, but live with Logan, the man she once dreamed of loving forever That is, until he broke her heart.Okay, so Logan had a lot to make up for After all, as a restless, broodiTRULY, MADLY, DEEPLYLong, lean Logan Chase was dangerous to Elena O Brien Which was why she had to be mad to consider his offer of shelter Yes, she needed a temporary home while hers was renovated, but live with Logan, the man she once dreamed of loving forever That is, until he broke her heart.Okay, so Logan had a lot to make up for After all, as a restless, brooding young man, he d left Elena high and dry and on prom night, of all nights But opening his home to her now was surely insane Because suddenly he was sharing cozy meals and even cozier kisses with Elena Once he took this innocent beauty to his bed, would this confirmed bachelor be mad enough to marry

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    1 thought on “Mad Enough to Marry”

    1. I normally don't really review Harlequin novels only because most of them are enjoyable reads, but follow a same cookie-cutter pattern. I will say that Ms. Ridgway's books have been enjoyable reads and I'm of course always happy forwell, a happy ending. I've read back-to-back This Day Forward and then this book, Mad Enough to marry. I'm also always happy to see heroines that were women in their mid-twenties that were still virgins. I know many romance authors these days find this unrealistic and [...]

    2. Soy shows up late for prom night, and drop dead gorgeous heroine pitches a hissy fit. Hero leaves, returns years later, helps heroine out by letting her stay in his home while hers in renovated, blah blah blahDidn't like it at all, and I normally like Christie Ridgway. Of course, this was an earlier work. Confusing plot, light on the details in some areas, but it was $1 from the grocery store!

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