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Steal My Magnolia

By: Smartypants Romance,Karla Sorensen
Narrated by: January LaVoy,Jason Clarke
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Life lesson from Grady Buchanan: If you're going to fall in love with the untouchable girl in town, don't hire her as your only employee. 

Even after he bungled the interview with Magnolia MacIntyre, he knew better than to hire her. The list of why it's a bad idea is a long one.
Her father could ruin his fledgling business.
She is completely overqualified.
And he’s attracted to her. 

What does Grady do? He offers her the job. 

Magnolia knew better than to take it. Normally, she'd make the safe choice, and working for Grady is anything but.
He's new in town - and entirely too charming.
Her dad will be furious.
She hates the outdoors and working for an outdoor adventure company is not exactly the right fit. 

What does she do? She says yes on the spot. 

Grady and Magnolia will have to prove to everyone in their life that they're not crazy. And prove to each other that the list of why it's a bad idea should be tossed out the window. 

For these two opposites, sometimes doing the wrong thing is exactly right.

©2021 Smartypants Romance (P)2021 Smartypants Romance

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Steal My Magnolia

Ok I thought book 1 was my favorite but this one beat it by a hair.

Magnolia as we meet in book 2 who was Tuckers ex, with the powerful father.
Stands up for herself and I loved it. I love that she fights back. But then she is kinda in a rock and hard place because of who her father is and being a small town her particular skills its not going to be easy to find a new job.

Grady, who happens to be Grace's twin moved into town same time as Grace he too doesn't believe the family curse either until he is hit with all the feels.

I loved that Magnolia even though she lied even though she fought for herself she still needed time. Best thing about Grady is that he gives it to her even if he really really didn't want to.

Great series and then the snippet at the end of the book about the next book I NEED it like RIGHT NOW!!

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Great!

Great story! Loved the banter and how it included other characters from other stories. Looking forward to book 4

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This story would have been a 5 star if there hadn't been so much racism talk.
I'm mixed race, so are my children, my immediate family is like the UN got together and had babies. We are Caucasian, Hispanic, Asian, Black, Italian and German. Our family pictures are awesome.
The last time I experienced racism was when I was 20 years old, I'm 51 now.
I believe the more you stir the "racism post" the more it stinks. It's tiring.

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