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MR. WRONG
by Mary Anne Wilson

Genre: Series

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An angel has been trying for quite a while to make changes in a former "wild child" to turn her into a settled, happy businesswoman so she could get together with her "Mr. Perfect," but a heavenly clerical error was made and she's really supposed to be with a movie stunt coordinator who is definitely MR. WRONG (4H). With her flawless style for fun and romance, Mary Anne Wilson delivers a delightful read that will leave you sighing for more.

A rich and handsome businessman thought his life was complete when his adoption of a set of twins and a set of quadruplets was nearing completion. That is, until the mother of the quads-who was supposed to be dead-showed up and threw a wrench in things. Especially when a judge sentences them to parent together. Jule McBride once again will steal your heart with her second in the Big Apple Babies series, VERDICT: PARENTHOOD (4).

He's the lawyer for a somewhat eccentric, match-making millionaire, and after helping him find partners for his niece and nephews, he finds himself on the receiving end of one of the plans. She's a cook for the older man's ranch who has a lot to hide, and fears love could reveal her secrets. Cathy Gillen Thacker wraps up her Wild West Weddings series with SPUR-OF-THE-MOMENT MARRIAGE (2), an enjoyable tale despite it's sometimes prickly heroine.

A wedding planner finds out the truth about "The best laid plans..." when disaster seems to be around every corner of her latest project, a Hawaiian wedding. Not the least of her problems is the too-charming best man who seems to have gotten under her skin. Although the characters with their misguided motivations are not very likeable, Karen Toller Whittenburg does a nice job of tying up loose ends in the final chapter of the Three Weddings & A Hurricane series in PLEASE SAY "I DO" (1).

Reviewed By: Debbie Richardson

Publisher: (unknown)

Published: Oct 1997

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