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Also by Natalie Charles:

Seeking Mr. Wrong, February 2017
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The Seven-Day Target, January 2013
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Seeking Mr. Wrong
Natalie Charles

Pocket Star
February 2017
On Sale: February 13, 2017
368 pages
ISBN: 1501164546
EAN: 9781501164545
Kindle: B01M8MC973
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Romance Contemporary

In this warm, charming, and hilarious romance, a kindergarten teacher and children’s book author attempts to write erotica— and sets out to find the right Mr. Wrong for some hands-on inspiration.

Lettie Osbourne has lived her whole life by the book. Sweet, predictable, and certainly not living life on the edge, she’s always been content to make a living as a kindergarten teacher who writes adorable children’s books on the side. After her fiancé leaves her, Lettie decides she is perfectly content to accept her fate as mother to her beloved dog Odin and favorite auntie to her niece and nephew.

But then everything changes.

When Lettie’s publisher decides to sell only erotica, her editor convinces her to turn up the heat and throw some spice into her vanilla life. Lettie sets out to find the perfect man to inspire her writing...and finds him in her school’s vice principal, Eric Clayman. As Lettie and Eric grow closer and her writing gets steamier, she’s left wondering: is Eric Mr. Wrong? Or Mr. Right?

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