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If you read Alexandria Sure's In Pursuit of Charity, and wanted to see where Linc's happily ever after finally found him, your wait is over. Logos and Lattes is a cute, short novella of what happened to Linc after Alexis left him. Linc is as adorably swoon-worthy as ever, and Paige is a good counterpart for him. Their cast of supporting characters is fun and well developed, and their story is fun to read. There's no heat in this one, although there are references to sleepovers and pregnancy. Read this one today to complete the story Alexandria started to tell in In Pursuit of Charity!!!

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Back in bed, Paige continued to stalk her new sort of boss. When the alarm rang, she smiled at the picture of Linc winning some competition. "Damn, he's hot."

"Paige, I lost one woman I was falling in love with years ago, I don't want to lose the only other woman I've ever loved."

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For those of you waiting for the rest of Linc's story, I give you Logos and Lattes!

One little lie can change everything.
Paige had every intention of taking her short skirts and second-hand heels to the Windy City and taking the marketing industry by storm. When her third marketing job fires her, she stumbles into a golden opportunity with a man she didn’t know she was looking for.

Is being in the right place at the right time enough to make her the right person for the job, and for love?

Ready to begin a new chapter, Linc is opening a coffee shop in Chicago. It doesn’t take long to discover that the woman assisting him launch his grand opening can help him with more than just marketing.

Can he finally get over the woman that walked away from him three years ago and find a new love over coffee?

With one lie, they could have everything. Or lose it all.

ASIN: B084VTFM5W

Prequel (Linc and Alexis’s story): In the Pursuit of Charity https://amzn.to/2N1Ed9X

Alexis’s happily ever after: Credence Woods https://amzn.to/3hpV2cS

Jean is a stay at home, homeschooling mom of teenage twins. She has been reading romance since high school as an everyday mini vacation. Her favorite romance book of all time is The Princess Bride. (Don’t ever watch the movie with her unless you can quote the whole thing.)

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