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Forever, Actually (Harlequin online read) (2009)

by Karen Templeton

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Generally speaking, Megan Carter did not ogle married men—unless, say, the married man was some celebrity hunk she’d in all likelihood never see in the flesh—but her eyeballs latched right on to the glowering, golden–haired hottie following his wife and Dr. Armstrong out of the elevator.
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Harlequin online read - Forever, Actually

As a temporary receptionist at the Armstrong Fertility Institute, Megan Carter certainly isn’t expecting to find romance at the office. And after a painful divorce, she’s not looking for a relationship anyway. Though she can’t help but notice a gorgeous man accompanying one of the patients—fortunately, he’s only an uncleu-to-be! Imagine her surprise when the same man turns up for a family dinner, courtesy of her own matchmaking older brothers! It’s too bad Russ Michaels doesn’t seem too fond of children—after all, Meg’s got an eighteen-month-old daughter.

Russ Michaels likes order in his life, so "professional temp" and single mom Meg is the complete opposite of what he needs. Or is she…?
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