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Liebe (Reihe in 5 Bänden)


Liebe (Reihe in 5 Bänden) by at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Aus Band 1: Leandras größter Wunsch ist eine eigene Familie. Sie hat immer gedacht, dass ihr Ex-Freund seine Meinung noch ändern wird, als er ihr sagte, dass er kein Vater werden will. Doch die Trennung zeigt das Gegenteil und all ihr Schmerz sagt ihr, dass sie um so entschlossener an die Verwirklichung ihres Traums glauben sollte. Philip hat bereits Schicksalsschläge in Kauf nehmen müssen, um da anzukommen, wo er heute steht. Trotzdem – oder gerade aus diesem Grund – hat er seine


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Aus Band 1: Leandras größter Wunsch ist eine eigene Familie. Sie hat immer gedacht, dass ihr Ex-Freund seine Meinung noch ändern wird, als er ihr sagte, dass er kein Vater werden will. Doch die Trennung zeigt das Gegenteil und all ihr Schmerz sagt ihr, dass sie um so entschlossener an die Verwirklichung ihres Traums glauben sollte. Philip hat bereits Schicksalsschläge in Kauf nehmen müssen, um da anzukommen, wo er heute steht. Trotzdem – oder gerade aus diesem Grund – hat er seine Prinzipien. Ganz besonders zum Thema Frauen. Ein gemeinsames Projekt führt die beiden geschäftlich zusammen und sie kommen sich näher. Leas Herz rast in seiner Nähe und sie scheint den Erwartungen von Philip auf den ersten Blick zu entsprechen. Doch findet Lea bei Philip wirklich ihr Glück? Kann sich gemeinsam mit ihm der Traum einer eigenen Familie erfüllen? Alle Romane dieser Reihe sind in sich abgeschlossen. 1. Bauprojekt: Liebe 2. Zerreißprobe: Liebe 3. UnverwechselBar: Liebe 4. Boxenstopp: Liebe 5. Neuanfang: Liebe

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