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Husband Wanted (Loveswept #734)
     

Husband Wanted (Loveswept #734)

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by Charlotte Hughes
 

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ISBN-13:
9780553444957
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
03/01/1995
Series:
Loveswept Series , #734
Pages:
256

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Husband Wanted 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
GHott More than 1 year ago
What I liked: I really enjoyed Husband Wanted, both times I read it. It’s a sweet romance with low steam and low drama. It’s just a fun read to while away the afternoon. While I really liked Fannie and Mandy, my favorite character was Clay. He shows the most character development, plus he’s just fun and relaxed. What I didn’t like: Nothing really, it’s been updated so it’s contemporary yet it still feels classic. More… Author: Charlotte Hughes Source: Kindle Unlimited Publisher & Date: Indie February 24th 2016 (first published by Harlequin Loveswept March 1995) Genre: Contemproary Romance ISBN: 0553444956 (ISBN13: 9780553444957) Pages: 151 Grade: A Ages: 16+ Steam: Adult | Two short steamy sections. Fairly low graphicness. Setting: Georgia
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
When I began to read I was reminded of the movie Pocketful of Miracles…just a bit. The group at the diner Frannie works at comes to her rescue when a serious situation develops. The idea that community and friends can be there for one another is a nice sentiment. This short sweet story was originally published in 1995 under the Loveswept banner and has the clothing, prices, and feels of that time period or perhaps even a bit earlier. Life was different then and so was the writing. There is sex but it is a much tamer type than many books being currently written. Thank you to NetGalley and Victory Editing for the copy to read and review.
JerseyGirlBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Husband Wanted is a lighthearted romance story that follows Frannie Brisbane as she tries to keep her past secrets and lies hidden ... but in life, sooner or later the truth will eventually come out, but there also is a silver lining that can make everything turn out okay. Thirteen years ago Frannie Brisbane gave up her baby daughter for adoption at birth. Now Frannie's daughter Mandie has found her and wants to reconnect. The only problem is that Frannie has created a fantasy life in the letters that she has exchanged with Mandie, so now she has to find a way to keep her lies a secret and keep her fantasy life going by finding a guy to fill the role as her rich husband ... enter confirmed bachelor Clay Coleman, who adds more complications to the already crazy situation that Frannie finds herself in! Author Charlotte Hughes weaves an entertaining tale that is full of humor and romance. The reader is easily drawn into Frannie's story as she tries to deal with the complications from the fantasy life that she has created. From reconnecting with her daughter Mandie, to the uncovering of the secrets and lies, to the unexpected romance with Clay, Husband Wanted is a fun romantic story that will keep the reader engaged, in stitches, and with a smile on their face. Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
DaneWeimMama More than 1 year ago
This was a sweet & quick read that I really enjoyed. It told the story of Frannie reconnecting with her daughter Mandy that she had given up for adoption at her birth. This story is much like my own so it was even more personal to read. It was so heartwarming to see the HEA but I did feel that some of the intense emotions that occur with this situation were over simplified. For such a short book the characters had a lot of depth & the author included a great deal of backstory which really added to the entire storyline. All in all a good read. I will be checking out more by Charlotte Hughes ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.