Probst Jennifer - (Searching For, #3) Searching for Beautiful ENG - dokument [*. epub] Thank you for downloading this Gallery Books eBook. Sign up for our. The highly anticipated third novel in the Searching For series from Jennifer Probst, “one of the most exciting breakout novelists” (USA Today), featuring a. The highly anticipated third novel in the Searching For series fromJennifer Probst , “one of the most exciting breakout novelists” (USA Today).
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This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Contemporary Romance , Romance Theme: Friends to Lovers Archetype: The summary: This book is available from: Vasha says: July 13, at 1: July 13, at 2: Annie says: July 13, at 4: ReneeG says: July 14, at 9: Chapter One 5.
Chapter Two 6. Chapter Three 7. Chapter Four 8.
Chapter Five 9. Chapter Six Chapter Seven Chapter Eight Chapter Nine Chapter Ten Chapter Eleven Chapter Twelve Chapter Thirteen Epilogue Acknowledgments About the Author Read Online Swipe version. She stumbled to the gorgeously painted stained-glass window of Madonna and child and yanked on the knob. Crapola, she needed air, right now.
Light exploded off the pristine diamond weighing down her knuckle. Finally, a few inches opened up and she bent her head toward the gap, sucking in hot air. Why, oh why did she have to wait until now to completely freak out? Maybe all the wedding stress had finally gotten to her. She loved David. He treated her like a queen, told her every day how much she meant to him, and pushed her to be better.
Always better. They were madly in love. A shiver crept down her spine. She looked down at the flawless three-carat diamond ring that shimmered around her finger.
A symbol of ownership. Once she committed herself, it would truly be forever. The inner voice that had been squashed for so long in fear of retaliation rose up from her gut and screamed one last word. Gen clutched at the windowsill. People only did that in the movies. But of course, with her lousy luck, it had taken this moment of all moments to reassert its independence and general brattiness. Her brain spun in a mad rush.
Not much time left.
Once her family came in, it was over. Which would be good, right? She wanted marriage.
With David. Gen looked behind at the closed door. The action she took in the next few seconds would set her on a course that would change the rest of her life.
Instead, she dug deep into her gut that had served her well when faced with a child bleeding on her table: A future surgeon. A woman. A survivor. The window gaped halfway open.
The judging eyes of baby Jesus beamed down at her. She could do this. For the first time it paid to be Hobbit size. Gen stuck her upper body through the window, leaned forward, and wriggled her way to freedom. About The Author. Matt Simpkins Photography. Jennifer Probst.