Third Party: A second chance, holiday romance by Danika Bloom
Josh Rhodes was the love of my life. We were all set to do the 'til death do us part' thing. But when the video game he created sold for millions, I realized I wasn't prepared for the 'for richer or poorer' part. All I needed to do was prove that I could still support myself--if I had to. All Josh wanted to do was support me--because he finally could. But I'd seen what happens when a woman is financially dependent on a man. She gets stuck. Stays when she should leave. So I took a well-paid temp job overseas. Just for four months. When it became a year, Josh told me not to bother coming home. So I didn't. Until I did. Still broke and still madly in love with Josh Rhodes. ~~~ Third Party is a full-length, steamy, second chance, holiday romance. This is book 3 in the Mixed Six-Pack series. Each book features a different brother and can be read as a standalone. Fulfilling HEA, no cheating, no cliffhanger. For readers who enjoy stories that include rescue dogs, grandmother matchmakers, shower sex, and home for the holidays romance set in Vancouver, Canada. If you love stories with emotional depth, like books by Nicole Snow and Lauren Landish, you'll love Third Party.
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