Series: Three Good Men

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The Dad Next Door by C.J. CarmichaelBook 1
Matthew's Children by C.J. CarmichaelBook 2
Christmas With Daddy by C.J. CarmichaelBook 3

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Series description

Welcome to a new trilogy about three brothers who have been very unlucky in love. The eldest, defense attorney Matthew Gray, is a self-professed workaholic, whose marriage is unraveling before his eyes. Meanwhile, commitment phobic Nick, the youngest of the Gray brothers, switches girlfriends about as often as his shifts with the Hartford Police Department. Which leaves us with the middle brother, Gavin Gray. Gavin has always been the peacemaker in the family...which might explain why all the women in his life have been so needy.

Whatever the problems or complications they encounter in life...These brothers put their families first.

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