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The Other Twin by Nan Dixon

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Also by Nan Dixon:

Invest In Me, October 2020
e-Book
To Catch a Thief, March 2018
e-Book
Undercover with the Heiress, August 2017
e-Book
The Other Twin, January 2017
e-Book
Through A Magnolia Filter, August 2016
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A Savannah Christmas Wish, December 2015
Paperback / e-Book
Southern Comforts, December 2014
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The Other Twin
Nan Dixon

Fitzgerald House
Harlequin Superromance
January 2017
On Sale: January 1, 2017
273 pages
ISBN: 0373640102
EAN: 9780373640102
Kindle: B01HM6NS1M
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Romance Contemporary

Who can resist a neighbor in need?

Nathan Forester doesn't know the first thing about kids. So when the daughter he never knew existed arrives on his doorstep, he needs help, fast! His unlikely ally is next-door neighbor and single mother Cheryl Henshaw. Nathan and Cheryl don't exactly see eye to eye, but neither can say no to a helping hand.

Renovating Fitzgerald House is Nathan's chance to finally prove he's no longer the unreliable twin—and it seems possible with Cheryl by his side. Suddenly their practical arrangement has become something much more. Trust isn't easy, but they're stronger when they work together.

Fitzgerald House

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