Carmen's New York Love (Carmen's New York #3)

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Part 3 of the Carmen’s New York Romance Trilogy

Kurt Nielsen, New York's most eligible bachelor, is head over heels in love with Carmen Wilson. She makes him laugh and has no trouble setting him straight. With Carmen he has found his equal, and in many ways his superior. Add that to their extraordinary sexual chemistry, and Kurt knows Carmen is the woman for him.

Unfortunately she comes with serious baggage...

“My gorgeous girl is buried in a pile of crap, but I'm not afraid of hard work, and I'm good with a shovel.”

Before Kurt and Carmen can have their happily ever after, there are a few questions that need answering, not to mention some bad memories to conquer. Why are Federal Agents after Carmen? Is she going to jail? What happened with her ex? Is the twisted psycho still coming for her? What about the Mexican Mafia? Are they after her, too?

And perhaps most importantly, can Carmen defeat her demons?

It is just as well that both Carmen and Kurt have a good sense of humor.

Kurt has a secret weapon in the form of a sexy Frenchman, André Chevalier. André knows just how to help Carmen overcome her fears.

The last book in this series is 48,000 words.

The other stories in the series are Carmen’s New York Climax, and Carmen’s New York Escape.

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