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The Sometime Bride
Successful financier Carrie St. John has endured all the romantic disasters she thinks she can in a lifetime. That is, until her fiancé jilts her the weekend of her bridal shower. Carrie can’t show up unaccompanied again and admit to her family she’s a failure. When Carrie meets Mike Davis at an historic country inn, the recently ditched hottie offers to help fill the bill. But, at what price? Mike Davis was finally going to prove his old high school buddies wrong. Voted “most likely to remain a bachelor” in his prestigious prep school’s class, he was looking forward to ushering in his fiancée at his upcoming reunion. Suddenly empty-handed, he’s got a new ploy in mind involving the ultra sexy and accomplished Carrie. But Mike doesn’t bank on giving up his heart in the bargain. Neither does Carrie, who is soon to learn there are things that even money can’t buy…

Weddings Can Be Murder
Carl Hades hardly wanted to be shackled with another man’s soon-to-be-wife, especially when the gorgeous redhead stirred emotions he’d avoided for years. He’d been hired by an elite Houston wedding planner to investigate some missing brides. When those brides turned up dead, Carl saw where the whole situation was headed: just like Katie’s wedding ring and her ceremony, right down the toilet. Because, while Katie was suddenly and delightfully available, he had a feeling she was next in line to die. And before he could ask her to say “I do,” he had to know who would say “I did it.”

3 a.m.
Henry Bins has Henry Bins.
A sleeping disorder, named after him.
He is awake for one hour a day.
He wakes up at 3 a.m. then falls asleep at 4 a.m.
Life is simple.
Until he hears the woman scream.
And sees the man leave the house across the street.
But not just any man.
The President of the United States.

Good Eating’s Gluten-Free Recipes: Healthy and Fresh Appetizers, Entrees and Desserts
Compiled from an eclectic range of healthy, delicious recipes that originally appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Good Eating’s Gluten-Free Recipes brings together a multitude of the best gluten-free dishes, from hors d’oeuvres to entrees to desserts. These dishes are vibrantly and naturally gluten-free, as tested and approved by the award-winning food writers and journalists at the Chicago Tribune. Organized by courses, this book provides enough recipes for an entire well-balanced meal. With unique takes on vegetables, poultry, and seafood to insights on gluten-free grains, home cooks no longer need to struggle adapting or converting “regular” recipes to gluten-free. Showcasing a range of flavors and a variety of techniques, this beautifully photographed ebook is great for experienced gluten-free cooks and those wanting to incorporate healthier habits into their everyday meals.