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Getting Rid of Bradley
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High school physics teacher Lucy Savage is finally getting rid of Bradley—and his hideous green recliner. In fact, her front lawn is littered with her cheating ex-husband's belongings. Because despite standing her up in divorce court, Bradley is out of her life for good. Or so she thinks.
When her sister takes her to lunch to celebrate Lucy's single status, all their talk of a no-good louse named Bradley catches the attention of a cop—who wants to arrest the very same Bradley for embezzlement. And O[fb03] cer Zach Warren figures the lovely Lucy can lead him straight to his target.
When someone shoots at Lucy and then blows up her car, Zach insists she needs twenty-four-hour protection. What does he think her three dogs and attack cat are for? Still, he insists on moving right in to Lucy's house.
Now there's danger lurking outside and in her own kitchen, bathroom— and bedroom. Or maybe Zach, who looks like a bad boy with that shaggy dark hair and black leather jacket, is really one of the good guys, and just what Lucy needs.
From the master of romantic comedy comes a new hilarious and heartfelt tale in which Lucy Savage is finally getting Bradley out of her life for good--or so she thinks.
The author of the "New York Times" bestselling "Bet Me" returns with a lighthearted look at love.
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