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Flirting with Disaster

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There's a fine line between desire and disaster. At least, that's what improper Southern belle Maggie Forsythe thinks when she' unceremoniously dumped by a fiance even her mother approved of. Maggie has never cared what anyone thinks, so why is she hiding away from her South Carolina Low Country home?


Then an intervention by friends shows her she has options. Lots of them! And one includes a man who can make her forget all about being jilted.


But one look at Maggie convinces project foreman Josh Parker that he's corn bread to her caviar. Sure, they have enough sparks to ignite a bonfire, but growing up broke has made him wary of sweet-tea-swilling debutantes. So why is he suddenly singing "Tea for Two"?



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Publisher: MIRA Books
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Kindle Book

  • Release date: August 1, 2011

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781459207097
  • Release date: August 1, 2011

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781459207097
  • File size: 739 KB
  • Release date: August 1, 2011

Formats

Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

subjects

Fiction Romance

Languages

English

There's a fine line between desire and disaster. At least, that's what improper Southern belle Maggie Forsythe thinks when she' unceremoniously dumped by a fiance even her mother approved of. Maggie has never cared what anyone thinks, so why is she hiding away from her South Carolina Low Country home?


Then an intervention by friends shows her she has options. Lots of them! And one includes a man who can make her forget all about being jilted.


But one look at Maggie convinces project foreman Josh Parker that he's corn bread to her caviar. Sure, they have enough sparks to ignite a bonfire, but growing up broke has made him wary of sweet-tea-swilling debutantes. So why is he suddenly singing "Tea for Two"?



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