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Turnabout's Fair Play (Matchmakers Series)

Paperback|Nov 2011
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Acclaimed author Kaye Dacus will provide you with hours of humor, romance, and inspirational reading with book 3 of The Matchmakers series. When Maureen O'Connor begins scheming to match her grandson Jamie with Flannery McNeill, the last thing she...


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Acclaimed author Kaye Dacus will provide you with hours of humor, romance, and inspirational reading with book 3 of The Matchmakers series. When Maureen O'Connor begins scheming to match her grandson Jamie with Flannery McNeill, the last thing she has in mind is a romance of her own. But when Jamie turns the tables and conspires with Flannery to bring Maureen and Flannery's grandfather Kirby together, everyone's best laid plans seem to go awry. Is Maureen willing to start a new relationship at this stage of her life? Will Jamie ever drop his veneer of self-sufficiency and succumb to true love?



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When Maureen O’Connor begins meddling in her grandson’s love life, the last thing she expects is a romance of her own. But when she secretly plans a double date for herself and Jamie with Flannery McNeill and her grandfather Kirby, anything can happen. Will these couples find true love where they least expect it?



-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 317552
  • Product Code 9781602609914
  • ISBN 1602609918
  • EAN 9781602609914
  • Pages 320
  • Department General Books
  • Category Fiction
  • Sub-Category Romance
  • Publisher Barbour & Co
  • Publication Date Nov 2011
  • Dimensions 212 x 139 x 25mm
  • Weight 0.318kg

Kaye Dacus

Kaye Dacus, author of Ransome's Honor has a BA in English, with a minor in history, and an MA in writing popular fiction. Her love of the Regency era started with Jane Austen. Her passion for literature and for history come together to shape her creative, well-researched, and engaging writing.