Almost Midnight
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Almost Midnight by Teresa McCarthy

10/04/2021

Award winning author Teresa McCarthy leads the reader on a merry chase with the handsome Clearbrook brothers in this new series starter where a millionaire businessman and a nanny meet their match when they are secretly thrown together by a meddling matchmaker! Widower and millionaire Tanner Clearbrook is livid when his matchmaking father secretly hires beautiful Hannah Elliot as tutor to his young son. However, the couple want nothing to do with each other, that is, until one little boy brings them together. But can their love survive a shattering secret?

COLORADO CLEARBROOKS - In this small town contemporary romance series, descendants from The Clearbrooks are now settled in the western part of the United States in modern-day Colorado. Here, the family saga continues with sweet, inspirational, heartwarming love stories.
Book 1 - Almost Midnight
Book 2 - Almost Sundown
Book 3 - Almost Daybreak

THE CLEARBROOKS - Regency Historical Romance series
Book 1 - The Rejected Suitor
Book 2 - The Wagered Bride
Book 3 - The Convenient Bride
Book 4 - The Mischievous Bride
Book 5 - The Duke's Bride

Tender, humorous, captivating...

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