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They'd been close for years but suddenly Madeline hungered for John in a new way When they finally touched passion set their souls on fi I loved the hero I loved the heroine I hated the fact that she d slept with a married man but of course she didn t know it at the time However her chemistry with the hero was sizzling I loved them together The angst was delicious Their banter was funny The unplanned pregnancy was a bonus Very entertaining and emotional book

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Friends and Lovers

Doubts about–Madeline's love Yes Madeline loved John But would love sustain her as they made the sensual journey from friends to lover read this every year too

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Rebut their friendship turned to ashes Now Madeline feared she was no than a mistress to him And John was tormented by desire for–and An oldie but a goodie


10 thoughts on “Friends and Lovers

  1. says:

    I loved the hero I loved the heroine I hated the fact that she'd slept with a married man but of course she didn

  2. says:

    read it uite a long time ago

  3. says:

    Sizzling chemistry mixed with a sweet friendship h gives as good as she gets

  4. says:

    John's a bit annoying to be honest but the way he tries to win Madeline back with roses breakfast and being wherever she went is so cute I like

  5. says:

    Another outstanding book by Diana Palmer Loved John's and Madeline's story They really cared about each other but wouldn't know that by the way they treated each other John turned out to be a good guy after all Hard to put down this book

  6. says:

    An oldie but a goodie

  7. says:

    I don't know why I picked this up but I could not get through this I'm sorry but if you're flirting the way these two were going at it you were never friends to begin with

  8. says:

    read this every year too

  9. says:

    45 stars loved it i meanoh god its a super cute romance

  10. says:

    Excellent read as always from Mrs Palmer