Just Good Friends

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
When Tiffany Clark asks Tyler Jackson to pretend to be her boyfriend, the lie quickly escalates when, in a moment of frustration, Tyler blurts out that they’re married. More

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Words: 62,080
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781311427052
About Ruth Ann Nordin

I'm a stay-at-home mom of four school-aged boys and the proud wife of a veteran of the US Air Force. I live in a small Nebraska town where I am fortunate to spend my days creating new worlds with characters I fall in love with. I've written over forty romances and have plans to write many more in the years to come.

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Review by: Jutzie on Oct. 15, 2014 :
Just Good Friends by Ruth Ann Nordin
Omaha Brides Series Book Three
Tiffany Clark just lost her latest boyfriend and her family has found out. With a few days before her sister’s wedding her busy body family is hunting down “dates” for her. And they are not good choices. This is why she moved out of the same state as them in the first place. She gets an idea...one little white lie to help her get through the wedding. What can it hurt?

Tyler Jackson has been best friends with Tiffany for a long time so he don’t mind pretending to be her boyfriend. What he does mind is the constant badgering by her parents and the snobbish way Tiffany’s sister treats her. He didn’t mean to cause so much trouble by adding another white lie, but it seems it has turned into a large rolling snowball. And it’s heading for a big disaster.

Ruth Ann Nordin has done it again, bringing my emotions to a head by making her characters so real. Like meddling parents and friends, including Nathan Rudolph from What Nathan Wants. She brings Ryan and Beth Jackson back from the first book With This Ring, I Thee Dread along with some adorable little kids.
**Sexual content within marriage
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(reviewed the day of purchase)

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