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Of all the rotten timing for her prince charming to come along...

She can't marry him while her name is marred! There's no way she would dream of tainting the man's reputation - he had enough baggage of his own to worry about. Fortunately for Ericka, Titus is not the kind of guy who gives up easily. Going undercover, he becomes a resident of a men's homeless shelter. No matter what it takes, he's determined to expose the real criminal so he can take Ericka's hand in marriage. 

Can Titus find out who framed his redheaded angel? Is that even safe? The only way to find out is to get Storms at Shelton! Even though Storms at Shelton is the fourth book in the Harmony series, it can easily be listened to as a stand-alone.

©2018 JR Thompson (P)2018 JR Thompson

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Quest for redemption

This book was provided free of charge with the expectation of a fair review.

This book involved a man's quest to clear the reputation of his fiance. He had to investigate the case and determine what happened so that she would agree to marry him.

The story was interesting and the plot kept you listening. The narration was outstanding. The length of the book did not allow adequate development of characters as I would have liked; but it was enough to not disappoint.