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Wishful Romance, Volume 2

Small Town Southern Romance (Wishful Romance Boxed Sets, Books 4-6)
Narrated by: Amy McFadden
Series: Wishful Romance, Book 4-6
Length: 17 hrs and 55 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Publisher's Summary

Wishful is a Southern romance series narrated for anyone looking for love in a small town. If you loved Hart of Dixie and miss the residents of Bluebell, you just might fall in love with Wishful. It's a town where everybody knows your name and hope springs eternal! This volume contains audiobooks four to six!

Just for This Moment (audiobook four)

A madcap, modern, marriage-of-convenience tale sure to leave fans begging for more.

Three months after his sexy costar issued a “cooling-off period” to see if their onstage chemistry is real, Myles knows his attraction hasn't fizzled at all. But just as he's ready to unleash his dating A-game, he gets hit with a financial bomb that will devastate his business. The only answer? Find a woman to marry to gain access to a family trust. With six weeks left, the clock is ticking.

Wish I Might (audiobook five)

For graphic designer Cecily Dixon, building a successful life on her own terms, independent of her family's name and wealth, has been an all-important goal. She’s got one last job before taking the next step in her high-powered career - helping Reed Campbell with his struggling bookstore. The clock is ticking on Reed’s last chance to convince Cecily that his small town can support her big dreams.

Turn My World Around (audiobook six)

Corinne was the queen of Wishful High and a straight-up mean girl. Then karma happened. Now, she’s back in Wishful, a single mom trying to pick up the pieces, to make a life for her son, in a town that is less than forgiving. She ignored Tucker in high school, but he seems determined to use the upcoming Dancing with the Stars style charity event to help her win the heart of the town.

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