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Philly and the Playboy by Linda Turner
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Philly and the Playboy

by Linda Turner

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FINDING MR. WRONG

To pretty, caring Philadelphia O'Neil, playboy politician Morgan Stewart II got by on his good looks and good genes. So she decided to make sure his actions spoke as loud as his words by challenging him to a dare: if Morgan would spend time working in her homeless shelter, she'd stop making wisecracks about him to the press.

Morgan didn't know what to do with lovely Philly O'Neil. She was impulsive, a rebel ... totally wrong for him! But she was also the most enchanting woman he'd ever met. Soon, the honorable congressman was having most dishonorable thoughts about his former foe. How could he ever make her see that beneath his starched shirt beat a heart of pure gold?
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