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The Fountain of Infinite Wishes Audiobook

The Fountain of Infinite Wishes: Dare River, Book 5

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Shelby's luck might have run out the day her daddy up and left her family high-and-dry. But she pulled herself up by her bootstraps to become a successful accountant working for a powerful, if eccentric, Southern businesswoman whose estate houses a magical fountain. With every wish Shelby makes, her life seems to improve. There's just one wish she's always had: to find her daddy.

Cue the sexy private investigator, Vander Montgomery. He's a true hero, a man who's turned tragedy into triumph and helps others do the same. But he doesn't believe in wishes anymore, just plain, old-fashioned luck.

Shelby risks everything to uncover the secret behind her daddy's abandonment. She throws coin after coin into the fountain. Then a new wish emerges...that Vander can believe wishes are infinite and love conquers all.

©2016 Ava Miles (P)2016 Ava Miles

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    I've read this entire series, but I had a hard time listening to this book. Every time "me mother" was used I wanted to scream. Also, as a southerner, the whinny child like verbiage of the youngest sister was way to much.

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