A Marrying Man
Publish date: July 17th 2013
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Edition language: English
Series: Men of Manhattan (#2)
Book 2 in the Men of Manhattan series You remember Blaine and Spencer from the first book, with Blaine being Kent's best friend/instigator of the bet and Spencer being Terry's boss at the Bike Messenger company. You might also remember the dressing down Spencer gave Blaine toward the end of the fi...
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I loved this! Sweet romance between Blaine and Spencer (secondary characters from 'A Betting Man'). I'm hoping the author does Slater and Casper's story next. :)
I had read A Betting Man first and loved the characters, the setting, and the pace of the novel, and I dove head first into A Marrying Man with much anticipation. Though in grand soap opera fashion, this follow up novel picks up where the last novel left off and gives the reader a different perspect...