Overview


Phoebe Moss is engaged to be married

And what a catch! Adam DeVries is a hardworking, intelligent man who's running for mayor of New Skye. After years of avoiding the trappings of a relationship, Phoebe finds herself pulled toward Adam—despite his strange aversion to dogs. And he certainly seems to be attracted to her.

But the engagement isn't real

Phoebe Moss is a speech therapist who has been secretly ...

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The Last Honest Man

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Overview


Phoebe Moss is engaged to be married

And what a catch! Adam DeVries is a hardworking, intelligent man who's running for mayor of New Skye. After years of avoiding the trappings of a relationship, Phoebe finds herself pulled toward Adam—despite his strange aversion to dogs. And he certainly seems to be attracted to her.

But the engagement isn't real

Phoebe Moss is a speech therapist who has been secretly helping Adam with his stutter—an impediment that could cost him the election—and they've had to hide the real reason for their constant companionship. Now they're both wondering how and when to tell the truth—the engagement is fake, they're not really in a relationship. But neither one of them seems to want to break the news….

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459236509
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 3/15/2012
  • Series: At the Carolina Diner Series , #1147
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fun political romance

    In New Skye, North Carolina, angry developer Adam DeVries decides he has had enough of the corruption and other questionable activities of the Mayor Tate and the Council who seem to always find a way to make money at the city¿s expense. The latest rezoning trick propels Adam to take action. He plans to run for mayor, but has a minor problem. He has a severe case of stuttering and only three months to overcome it if he is to be taken seriously by the voters. <P>He turns to town newcomer, speech therapist Phoebe Moss for help. Though she insists ninety days is not enough, Phoebe finds his enthusiasm quite catching and agrees to help him. To hide his impediment from the media, Phoebe and Adam pretend they are seeing one another, but rather quickly both want the sham to be real and permanent. <P>Though how the media failed to know that Adam stuttered seems off kilter and his deception seems wrong for someone as ethical as Diogenes was seeking, readers will enjoy this political romance that encourages everyone to seek his or her dreams. Ben and Abby are a fine couple, but the townsfolk make the tale with readers seeing individuals making up the delightful support cast and that leads to a delightful look at small town living and loving. <P>Harriet Klausner

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