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Million-Dollar Dad (Harlequin online read) (2007)

by C.J. Carmichael

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Sandy Darby smiled as the server brought her the slice of chocolate cake and the large latte she’d just ordered.
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Harlequin online read - Million-Dollar Dad

Hearing that you’ve just inherited one-million dollars would be cause for celebration for anyone—except Daniel Adams. After a year, he is beginning to move on after his wife’s death. But then a too-attractive lawyer from Boston swoops into the little town of Squam Lake and shatters his beliefs about his wife and their relationship.

Daniel isn’t the only one to be shaken. Lawyer Sandy Darby is touched by Daniel’s integrity and love for his wife. And as she spends more time in the town and with him, she begins to reevaluate her life and her priorities. But can these two scarred souls discover the true value of loving another person?
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