Only the Beginning
by Daphne Dubois
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Pub Date 25 Apr 2018 | Archive Date 04 Jul 2021
After a heartbreaking betrayal, Melissa Legacy shuns romance. So when her best friend joins the Lovers Oasis website and fears her fiancé will find out, Melissa agrees to meet the anonymous Romeo, prepared to explain her friend’s change of heart—then she sees him.
Failing restaurant entrepreneur, Craig Wheaton hasn’t been home since his mother’s tragic death. Now he’s back to confront his demons and stand beside his brother as best man. Dreading the reunion, he agrees to meet his avatar lover, but at the last moment he reconsiders the arrangement—until he lays eyes on her.
When Craig assumes Melissa is his online consort, she impulsively plays along, resulting in an afternoon of unexpected intimacy. But with Melissa using her friend’s identity and Craig dealing with a family fallout, is a future together impossible, or will they discover that love at first sight is Only the Beginning?
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Average rating from 4 members
Melissa agrees pose as her best friend to meet Craig. What she doesn't expect is to be so drawn to him. But soon the lies catch up with her and what will happen then?
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Loved this book very much. It had just enough sweet romance and the storyline was great! I highly recommend!
This surprised me. I wasn’t expecting much but it was a simple story that was written ok. I liked that the setting was not your typical Canadian city and feel we need more diverse locations.
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