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by Tina Wainscott

Genre: Series, Harlequin Duets, Previously Published Series Imprints

2002 Best Harlequin Duet Nominee

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Driven from his condo by unexpected company, professor Barrett Wheeler seeks refuge at his parents' home in a retirement community to finish his latest study. But he's distracted there too, by the parade of females all the matchmaking neighbors send his way. When Barrett meets his surprisingly young neighbor Stacy Jenkins, he accepts her suggestion that they pretend they're involved. Spending time together fans the flames, but Stacy's convinced she's unlucky in love, and falling for a man whose preparing to leave the country only proves her point. Tina Wainscott's DRIVEN TO DISTRACTION (4) is a very entertaining screwball comedy, replete with a charmingly clueless hero, an instantly likable heroine and a gang of wacky secondary characters.

Reviewed By: Catherine Witmer

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: August 2002

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