Summer Jazzby Peggy Webb
In this romance classic, jazz pianist, Mattie Houston, has come home from Paris looking for sweet revenge on impossibly charming Texas toy maker, Hunter Chadwick. She�ll make him fall in love with her all over again, and then break his heart like he broke hers ten years earlier. Mattie�s plan goes dangerously awry when she finds herself thrown together with Hunter and his Chadwick Puppets in a benefit for the American Diabetes Foundation. Are his intentions for real this time, or is he merely playing her game? Mattie�s feisty grandfather urges her to find out what really happened that long-ago summer. But will the truth give Mattie and Hunter a future or destroy them both?
Meet the Author
In a career that spans 26 years, the Mississippi author has written more almost 70 books, two screenplays and 200 magazine humor columns. Writing as Peggy Webb, she pens romance and the popular comedic Southern Cousins Mystery Series starring Elvis, the basset hound who thinks he�s the King of Rock �n� Roll reincarnated. Writing as Anna Michaels, she pens literary fiction. She has been on the bestseller list numerous times and has won many awards, including a Romantic Times Pioneer Award for creating the sub-genre of romantic comedy. Several of her romances have been optioned for film.
She is happy to bring her romance classics (originally published as Loveswepts) back to readers as E-books.
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I was delighted to see this charming romance classic from Peggy Webb back as an e-book. It's a great, second-chance-at-love story that you won't want to miss. And it has some great secondary characters. A fun read!
Wow, a great, funny, sad, wonderful story. Loved all the characters 'cept for the bad "guy." Be sure to catch this, and if you can get it in the bundle, it's a great deal, too. I've read one or two others by Peggy Webb, and I think she's a sure thing.