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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2013

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  • Posted April 25, 2010

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    Can Joe & Dixie get back together?

    AT LONG LAST, A BRIDE

    What a wonderful ending to the McMcoys of Chance City trilogy--we've met Joe & Dixie in the first of the Wives for Hire trilogy, THE BACHELOR'S STAND IN WIFE and now through the other two books of the McCoys, THE PREGNANT BRIDE WORE WHITE and LOVE and the SINGLE DAD, thank goodness they finally have their own book!

    What a great job Ms Crosby has done to give us Joe & Dixie's love story. Both want to give the other a chance for a new life without being jealous of whom they pick to share that life with. Joe wants to travel the U.S. maybe even the world with his new business and Dixie wants to give herself a good life with her own business right in Chance City. They have been childhood sweethearts and even bought a house together as young adults and now it's time to make that permanent break but it's harder than they think.

    We get to see Joe's brothers and their wives as well as his and her parents even Joe's grandma gets into the picture. There are a couple of secondary characters that I hope we see again maybe they'll get their own love story. Dixie's younger sister and older brother are both single!

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