Courting Trouble by Maggie Marr

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"Courting Trouble has all the elements I love: family drama, strong characters, and sizzling heat. I loved Courting Trouble!" --Jennifer Probst, New York Times Best-Selling author of The Marriage Bargain and The Marriage Trap

"Family secrets, buried truths, and long-lost love--Maggie Marr gives us all that and more! Courting Trouble makes facing the difficult past absolutely delicious!" --Megan Crane, author of Once More With Feeling and I Love The 80's

Born on the wrong side of the tracks, Tulsa McGrath left small town Powder Springs, Colorado the minute she graduated high school and never looked back.

Until now.

As a well-known, top-notch family attorney in LA, Tulsa loves her adopted home and is quite happy with her career. Dealing in divorce law, Tulsa has watched a multitude of celebrity marriages end. A side-effect of her career as LA's hottest divorce attorney, she considers herself immune to love. But when her sister Savannah gets locked into a tough custody battle for her daughter Ash, Tulsa has no choice but to return home to save her niece. There's only one problem: Cade Montgomery, an old flame and now her opposing counsel in a courtroom custody showdown. Sparks and verbal barbs will fly as two lawyers and former lovers reignite a passion that has never disappeared.

Two lawyers who never lose may discover that with this case, the price for a win is just too high.

About Maggie Marr

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Maggie Marr was born and raised in Illinois. After practicing law for four years, first as a guardian-ad-litem for abused children and then as a prosecutor in domestic violence, she made the move to Los Angeles with her husband, who is an actor. Her first job in entertainment was pushing the mail cart at ICM, where she eventually became a motion picture agent. She now splits her time between writing and producing.
Published December 10, 2012 by NLA Digital LLC. 325 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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