The Sweetest Thing [NOOK Book]

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The last thing Magnolia McPhee wants to admit is her feelings for handsome and wealthy Tyler Montgomery. After all, she's been burned by a rich guy before and vowed never again. So why isn't her attention fully focused on settling into her new life in Montana Territory, fixing up her inherited home and growing her family's new baking business? Probably because she discovers that Tyler is her dream man. Now, isn't that a problem?

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Overview

The last thing Magnolia McPhee wants to admit is her feelings for handsome and wealthy Tyler Montgomery. After all, she's been burned by a rich guy before and vowed never again. So why isn't her attention fully focused on settling into her new life in Montana Territory, fixing up her inherited home and growing her family's new baking business? Probably because she discovers that Tyler is her dream man. Now, isn't that a problem?

Tyler Montgomery does not believe in love. It's nothing but fairy tales and fantasy. So why does he see forever when he gazes into Magnolia's eyes? And--more importantly--what is she doing to his heart? She's changing it...can it really be love?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016669830
  • Publisher: Jillian Hart
  • Publication date: 5/3/2013
  • Series: The McPhee Clan , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 30,475
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

JILLIAN HART MAKES her home in Washington State, where she has lived most of her life. When Jillian is not writing away on her next book, she can be found reading, going to lunch with friends and spending quiet evenings at home with her family.
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  • Posted May 8, 2013

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    The Sweetest Thing by Jillian Hart The McPhee Clan Book 2  Magno

    The Sweetest Thing by Jillian Hart
    The McPhee Clan Book 2 
    Magnolia McPhee is the forth sister out of five. The girls have had some bad experiences with men and are rather gun shy of them. For Magnolia the handsome Tyler is a challenge as she does her best not to like him. He makes her laugh and she has trouble keeping up her no-men-allowed walls. He’s also rich, she grew up dirt poor. She has learned that in life it does matter if backgrounds are so different.




    Tyler Montgomery refuses to give up on Magnolia. He don’t believe in love, but something about this girl draws her to him, and he needs to find out what it is so he can move on. Good thing the sisters have hired him to work on remodeling their manor. It gives him plenty of opportunities to get to know that particular sister.




    Jillian will have the reader laughing, crying, squirming and helping fight villains in her McPhee series. If the girls aren’t trying to comfort an old mistreated horse, they may be battling to keep birds, racoons or snakes from taking over their mansion. The five sisters are doing their best to keep a distance from love, but in book one, Montana Hearts, Daisy McPhee has failed at that mission. Can the last four sisters fight their past and find love or will bitter memories leave them as a bunch of spinsters?

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2014

    Thought this was a story from many years back, in the good old w

    Thought this was a story from many years back, in the good old west???  What is with the "today's slang" stuck
    in there every where?
    It certainly spoiled the story.  Actually it was very irritating.  Very boring with all the so called "teasing and smart
    remarks", most of which were not at all humorous. 
    To much repetition also! Not at all up to your past standards.  I had a hard time believing Jillian Hart actually
    Wrote this book!!!  VERY DISAPPOINTED!  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2013

    Good read!

    I like the McPhee sisters and especially Magnolia. She is a little daring, funny and flawed. I liked the story and could read the story again.

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