Matchmaker - A Novella [NOOK Book]

Overview

Marie Rodgers and Lula Valentio want great-grandchildren. Right Now! The pair of matchmaking grandmothers conspire to bring together their two stubbornly single grandchildren.

Camille Johnson is an Atlanta career woman who is enjoying her first taste of freedom after raising her younger brother. A relationship is the last thing on her mind now that she’s enjoying single life...
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Matchmaker - A Novella

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Overview

Marie Rodgers and Lula Valentio want great-grandchildren. Right Now! The pair of matchmaking grandmothers conspire to bring together their two stubbornly single grandchildren.

Camille Johnson is an Atlanta career woman who is enjoying her first taste of freedom after raising her younger brother. A relationship is the last thing on her mind now that she’s enjoying single life in the city.

After a bitter divorce, small town sheriff, Justin Valentio, steers clear of big city women. He wants a woman who will appreciate the country life that he loves.

When Camille and Justin decide to go on a pretend date after enduring several "accidental" meetings setup by their grandmothers, they can't deny the attraction between them. But will Justin overcome his past and discover that when it comes to love, home is where the heart is...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149201730
  • Publisher: Longdale Press
  • Publication date: 4/23/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 233,147
  • File size: 420 KB

Meet the Author

Birmingham, Alabama native Carla Fredd began her writing career in 1992. After several failed attempts to complete her first book, Ms. Fredd used her skills as an electrical engineer to solve the problem. She got help. She took several creative writing classes, joined Georgia Romance Writers and Romance Writers of America.

Her first book, FIRE AND ICE, was made into a television movie. Her other works include MATCHMAKER, one of three stories in Arabesque’s A Valentine Kiss Anthology, IF ONLY YOU KNEW and THE PERFECT MAN.

Ms. Fredd currently residences in Georgia and is currently working on her next project.
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