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VITTORIO'S RUNAWAY BRIDE (The Vittorio Series Book 2)

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  • Sales Rank:215,219
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:180
  • Publication Date:February 19, 2012
  • ASIN:B007B7T9PM


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Synopsis
Logan Vittorio's life is torn apart when his bride of eight months desserts him without so much as a farewell note. Now he is on a mission to find Shelby and unravel the mystery that led to her hasty departure and to bring his runaway bride back home where she belongs.

From Vittorio's Runaway Bride:

The sound of his voice swept over her like a warm caress making her shiver in spite of the afternoon heat. Shelby nodded mutely, unable to dislodge the enormous boulder in her throat. It didn’t help that he seemed at a loss for words too, or that his fathomless dark eyes held her spellbound and breathless making it impossible to form a single thought other than how much she still loved him. She was still gazing up at him when something in Logan’s expression suddenly shifted and Shelby hastily looked away. She’d forgotten how easily he read her emotions.

“You shouldn’t have come,” Shelby said, hating how feeble her voice sounded.

“So I could spend the rest of my life wondering why my wife left me? No, carissima, you and I have a great deal to discuss.”

A familiar searing pain settled deep in her chest. “What difference could it possibly make now? It’s over, Logan. We’re divorced and…”

“There was no divorce, Shelby.”

Shelby gave him a blank stare. “You can’t be serious.”

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