The Sunset Destiny Romances Complete Collection [NOOK Book]

Overview

This boxed set combines all five of the books in the Sunset Destiny Romance series. Join matchmaking mama Charlotte Mannon on a cruise to Alaska as she helps her kids find their true happiness.

First up are Mari and Graham, re-discovering the love they once had, in Virgin Voyage - Mari's Story.

Second ...
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The Sunset Destiny Romances Complete Collection

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Overview

This boxed set combines all five of the books in the Sunset Destiny Romance series. Join matchmaking mama Charlotte Mannon on a cruise to Alaska as she helps her kids find their true happiness.

First up are Mari and Graham, re-discovering the love they once had, in Virgin Voyage - Mari's Story.

Second are Olivia and Alex, reuniting to work through their lifestyle differences, in Alaskan Ambush - Olivia's Story.

Third you will see Abigail fight back against the worst kind of trauma with the help of Sam, the man she has fallen for, in Stormy Seas - Abigail's Story.

Fourth take a wild journey with Thomas and Vanessa as they continue things where they left off - as teenagers in her parents' pool house, in Wild Waves - Vanessa's Story.

And last join Jackson and Deborah as they fight to overcome years of deception to finally be together in Deception in Denali - Jackson's Story.

Hang on tight because you are in for the ride of a lifetime on The Sunset Destiny cruise ship. The Mannon family is one you will want to know and be a part of!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149333950
  • Publisher: Gimme Lots Publications
  • Publication date: 3/10/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 41,589
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

JJ Ellis is first and foremost a mom to five kids, four girls and one boy, ranging in age from 3-18. After that, she is a physically limited wife, blogger and now an author. She holds a degree in Communication Studies (Public Relations) from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas but never thought she would chose writing as a career, especially at the age of 42. She once wanted to be a publicist in the entertainment industry, but never a writer. Then one day when she was in her mid thirties she was going through what can only be described as an early 'midlife crisis' and ideas just started to come to her and she felt compelled to write them down. She finished her first book relatively quickly, but life got in the way and it took her eight years to revisit it and then publish her first novel. She can honestly say that now she is finally right where she wants to be.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2014

    A lot of characters

    Nice stories, with a lot of characters to keep straight. Five siblings and their romantic stories, are told in 900 pages. There is a lot of retelling, from story to story, which makes each one drag somewhat. The family is likeable, even if their numerous trials and tribulations are a bit over the top. It makes Alaska sound like the perfect place to vacation, if not to live.

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