Before Summer Ends & A Little Bit Pregnant - Susan Mallery

Before Summer Ends & A Little Bit Pregnant

By Susan Mallery

  • Release Date - Published: 2021-04-27
  • Book Genre: Contemporary
  • Author: Susan Mallery
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A long, hot summer with her secret crush…

What could possibly go wrong?

Nissa Lang knows Desmond Stilling is out of her league. He’s a CEO, she’s a teacher. He’s gorgeous, she’s…not. So when her house-sitting gig falls through and Desmond offers her a place to stay for the summer, she vows not to reveal how she’s felt about him since their first—and only—kiss.

Desmond should’ve known better than to bring temptation into his house. He decided long ago that his best friend’s sister was too sweet, too good, for him. She deserves a guy who can give his heart. For her sake, he’s stayed away. But as her laughter breathes life into his lonely mansion, he’s not sure how long he’ll be able to resist.

With a bonus story, A Little Bit Pregnant, originally published in 2003!

After acting on her crush on her boss Zane Rankin, Nicki Beauman ends up pregnant! She’s willing to make things work with Zane, but his tragic past makes it difficult for him to open up—and when his overbearing protectiveness threatens her independence, Nicki will have to make hard choices.

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