Tug of Love: Allīs fair in love and law - Allie Spencer Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755352939 / Genre: Romance / Author: Allie Spencer / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2009-10-01 by Little Black Dress
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As a divorce barrister, Lucy Stephens has seen her fair share of break-ups and is rather cynical about love since her ex, Jonathan, did the dirty on her. Until one night, at a party, she meets Mark and they hit it off straight away. Trouble is, Lucy is just about to get the case of her life and has to choose between the case and Mark. It also looks as though Jonathan the ex is back... What will Lucy choose: the man of her dreams or the chance to work on the case of a lifetime? I'm a huge fan of the Little Black Dress imprint and jump at the chance to pick up new titles in the range, so when Tug of Love by Allie Spencer arrived in the mail I couldn't wait to ... Read the complete review
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