As Stephanie Coulter discovers, sometimes you find it in the most ordinary places - and what could be more ordinary than the office? Stephanie, who works as an assistant at Lockwood Industries in Minneapolis, is temporarily assigned to the boss - Jonas Lockwood himself. Jonas lives up (or down!) to his reputation as a tyrant, dictator, and grouch. But Stephanie’s colleagues, romance readers all, decide that he’s really the classic lonely hero. What he needs, they say, is Love ’n’ Marriage. And the woman they have in mind for him is…Stephanie.
Bethany Stone, on the other hand, is already in love with her boss, Joshua Norris, although their relationship is strictly business. But one day he asks for her help - outside the office. Joshua’s 10-year-old daughter, Angie, is coming to live with him and he has no idea how to raise a precocious little girl. Angie might be Almost an Angel, but she quickly develops a matchmaking plan for her dad - and Bethany!
(P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Macomber is a master storyteller.” (RT Book Reviews)
I am a huge Debbie Macomber fan but the narration of this book killed it for me. She sounded very robotic and scripted, and the story line was just not realistic.
It's good. Not great. But I can trust this author.
I like the young girl and her sasiness. The men were boring to me.
Although these were not my favorite , it's still a good read.
that it was two stories in one book each story was similar in some ways. I did enjoyed both,
Stephanie in the first part of the book
I believe not but she was very good in this book
When Bethany in Part two that she did not want to be a babysitter for Angie and thought that he did not love her and she thought he wanted her for a babysitter.
overall the book was very good
Another good listen
Although you could anticpate the ending in both stories, it was fun seeing how they got there.
There are no listener reviews for this title yet.
Report Inappropriate Content