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New York Times bestseller Cleo Coyle's "delightfully twisty" new Coffeehouse Mystery.

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She’s hiding from killers. Can she find a safe haven in Amish country?

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With a heart torn between two men and two cities, what’s a girl to do?

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Goode girls don’t lie…

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Will an abandoned child bring them together? Or tear them apart?

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This SEAL turned sheriff realizes there’s no rule or regulation he won’t break to keep his love safe.

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He’s Hollywood’s hottest heartthrob…and her son’s secret father.

The Heart's Game by Crista McHugh


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Also by Crista McHugh:

Better Together, September 2018
A Cowboy's Sweetheart, July 2018
The Queen B* and the Homecoming King, December 2015
The Queen B* Strikes Back, October 2015
Here All Along, September 2015
Confessions of a Queen B*, August 2015
Summer on Main Street, July 2015
Love, Laughter, and Steamy Ever Afters, June 2015
In the Red Zone, April 2015
The Sport of Romance, February 2015
A Soul For Atonement, December 2014
A Seductive Melody, September 2014
The Heart's Game, July 2014
Alphas After Dark, April 2014
Falling for the Wingman, March 2014
Breakaway Hearts, February 2014
The Sweetest Seduction, January 2014
Deception's Web, December 2013
Poisoned Web, November 2013
A Very Scandalous Holiday, October 2013
Trouble, Chaos and Vengeance: The Complete Soulbearer Trilogy, August 2013
A Soul For Vengeance, May 2013
A Soul For Chaos, October 2012
Tangled Web, October 2012
A Waltz at Midnight, March 2012
A Soul For Trouble, February 2012
The Alchemy of Desire, May 2011
Angelic Surrender, August 2010
Heart of a Huntress, March 2010
Provoking the Spirit, October 2009
Danni's Boy, August 2009

The Heart's Game
Crista McHugh

The Kelly Brothers #4
Self Published
July 2014
On Sale: July 5, 2014
Featuring: Daniel Kelly; Jenny Nguyen
153 pages
ISBN: 1940559944
EAN: 9781940559940
Kindle: B00LKSOK2A
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Romance Contemporary

What happens at Comic-Con, stays at Comic-Con…

Robotics engineer Jenny Nguyen has given up on finding Mr. Right. So when her brother and his husband approach her to act as surrogate for their child, she sees it as her only chance to have a child and accepts. One week after she initiates the process, however, she meets a man who gets her heart pumping for all the right reasons and gives into the temptation. When the test turns positive, she’s believes she can’t handle both the pregnancy and dating, but she underestimates how persistent Daniel Kelly can be.

When surgeon and gamer-geek Dan meets a pretty woman dressed as a Sailor Scout at Comic-Con, a roll of his lucky twenty-sided die tells him he should take a gamble on her. One night of passion leaves him longing for more, but Jenny’s refusal to return his calls afterward leaves him wondering if the attraction was one-sided. An accidental discovery of her pregnancy has him convinced the baby is his, and he’ll stop at nothing to win her heart.

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2 comments posted.

Re: The Heart's Game

I laugh every time I see that "How to offend..." photo -
absolutely love it!

I'm not a hardcore geek, but I am one. I actually had a
traumatic moment today at work. I thought a customer had a
soccer jersey on and then I read it and told her I loved it.
The mental trauma occurred when the girl (in her mid-20s)
who just started work today didn't know what Quidditch is or
what 'Weasley' meant on the back. O.O I'm scared to ask if
she knows anything about Doctor Who, Star Wars, Star Trek,
LOTR, Hobbit,or even Princess Bride or Supernatural.

I'm proud to say that my husband and I have raised to geek
kids. And I'm thrilled that my daughter doesn't understand
how 'mainstream' geekdom is now compared to when I was her
age. :-)
(Glenda Martillotti 11:51pm July 9, 2014)

I'm proud to say that I'm not a geek!! There are things
that I've chosen to learn about instead, and now volunteer
my time to teach others about. I do, however, know a little
about it, because my Husband is a bit of a geek, and
mentions things to me. It's a strange place to be in, I
must admit, and I prefer to be in my world, than in the
Peggy Roberson 12:40pm July 10, 2014)

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