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Spotlight on Nina Singh, The Marriage of Inconvenience #Giveaway!

This week our Spotlight on Author is on Nina Singh. She has a new book, The Marriage of Inconvenience. And she has news of signed book giveaways! 

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Hallmark Channel movies are my usual go-to’s. Recently, I’ve really been getting into the Midnight, Texas television series based on the Charlaine Harris books.

I know mine is an unpopular opinion, but I just can’t seem to get into the Bachelor/Bachelorette reality series. I’ve tried. Really.

We are swiftly approaching the tail end of summer but there are still several beach reads I’m looking forward to. I still haven’t had a chance to read the Cursed Child! My kids keep taking it to reread. Also, can’t wait to watch Dark Tower at the movies.
Nina Singh has a new book:

The Marriage of Inconvenience

Her lawfully wedded husband…again? 

When Angeline Scott's business is in trouble, she turns to the one man who can help—RJ Davet. She needs him to pose as her husband to secure a vital deal. Surely that shouldn't be too difficult, seeing as RJ played that role spectacularly well until their marriage fell apart! 

Opening the door to RJ again makes Angel realize something immediately: she's never gotten over him. But can she convince him of that before this deal is struck and he walks out of her life once more?

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The Marriage of Inconvenience by Nina   Singh

The Marriage of Inconvenience

by Nina Singh

Giveaway ends August 20, 2017.
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  1. Nice answers and the book sounds interesting!

  2. I've never watched any of those bachelor shows.

  3. I loved the Cursed Child. It doesn't quite live up to the other books but it also really doesn't matter.

  4. I've never seen the Bachelor. No desire to either.

  5. I am not into the Bachelor or Bachelorette shows either.

    I am a big HP fan- but not so much The Cursed Child. I think seeing the play would be better for me than reading it.

    Best of luck, Nina!

  6. I can't get into The Bachelor either. It all feels so.... staged. :-/

    I like the sound of your story. :-)


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