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It's lust at first sight when Brody Singer first lays eyes on Abby Dunn. The dark-haired beauty looks a lot like a woman he once knew, who died years ago. At first Brody fears his attraction is a holdover from that secret crush, but Abby's definitely different. She's a lot shyer, a lot sexier, and absolutely mesmerizing.

But Abby isn't having any of it. She's still trying to put her last disastrous relationship behind her and overcome the flaws her ex wouldn't let her forget. Plus, as a romance writer, Abby knows a heartbreaker when she sees one. But somehow Brody isn't getting the hint. It doesn't help that when writing her steamy novels, she keeps casting Brody as the hero - especially since Brody is more than happy to serve as her muse. But when he becomes more than that, will Abby choose happily ever after for herself?

A wonderful blend of humor and heat, How to Handle a Heartbreaker is a refreshing, sexy contemporary romance, the second in The McCauley Brothers series.

©2014 Marie Harte (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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The Extra Brother

I loved Brody and Abby's story. They were so funny. Abby's relationship with her sisters was crazy hilarious. We also finally get to find out how Brody became a McCauley Brother, tough his name is Singer.

One of the things I like about this series and what the author has done, is that you get moments from the other characters in each book. You hear from their perspective what's happening. In this case, it means you have to read each book in order. But I love that about this.

Looking forward to Cameron and Vanessa's story next. I'm also dying to find out more about The Donnigans' as well as the crew at Del's shop.

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