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Brand New: A guaranteed brand-new, unused, unread copy in excellent condition.
Like New: A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Unsold books that has been opened and read by customers may fall under this category.
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Clearwater Crossing #10 - "No Doubt" (by Laura Peyton Roberts)
Every time Jenna gets involved in Caitlin’s life, she ends up making things worse. How could she have revealed her shy sister’s crush on Peter’s handsome brother? And now that she has, how can she earn back Caitlin’s trust?
Melanie felt certain about her decision to break up with Jesse. So why has getting him back become the top thing on her mind? She knows now she was wrong to say there was nothing real between them. If only she can convince Jesse!
Just because Nicole got in a little trouble, her parents have found her a job—at the restaurant where her perfect cousin, Gail, works. Nicole is less than thrilled to be around such a Goody Two-Shoes until she discovers that Gail isn’t quite as good as she remembered . . . or as their parents think.
In an unguarded moment, Miguel proposed to Leah. He’d have said anything to keep from losing her. But now that she seems on the verge of accepting, he’s on the verge of panic. Is marriage really the answer?
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