Hunter, Kelly, What the Bride Didn’t Know

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Hunter, Kelly, What the Bride Didn’t Know (The Wests, Book 3),  (Richmond, Surrey:  Harlequin (UK) Limited, 2013).

Title:  What the Bride Didn’t Know (The Wests, Book 3)

Author:  Kelly Hunter

Imprint:  Modern Tempted (KISS)

Issues:  Amnesia; Injury

Blurb:

Shh…it’s a secret! 

Special ops expert Trig Sinclair is a man’s man, and that means he knows the cardinal rule of the bro code—no matter how dynamite Lena West is, as his best friend’s younger sister, she’s strictly off-limits! 

But when a secret mission to Istanbul sees Lena and Trig pretending to be married (and sharing a bed!), he finds himself in a whole new world of sweet torture…. But if Trig thinks playing the honor-bound hero is tough, it’s got nothing on how Lena feels when she discovers what her “groom” is really hiding…

Dear Reader,

I love writing connected stories.  I’m particularly fond of exploring the dynamics between siblings and how those dynamics change when siblings start bringing partners into the family unit.  It’s fun.  Sometimes there’s conflict.  Sometimes I break out the popcorn.

What the Bride Didn’t Know is the third book in the West Family series, and I’m thrilled to finally be bringing Lena’s story to readers.  Lena and Trig have been friends since childhood and he’s such an integral part of her life that Lena doesn’t dare risk seducing him in case it all goes wrong.  Until she loses her memory in a foreign land a long, long way from home and then all bets are off.

The other stories in the West Family series so far are:

Flirting With Intent

Cracking the Dating Code

Best wishes and happy reading,

Kelly Hunter

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