Ticket to Love [NOOK Book]

Overview


A DOLLAR AND A DREAM…

Acey Corelli was as saucy and unforgettable as the pizza she dished out in her Long Island hometown. So when she found out that the shy Southern man down the block was the winning ticket holder in the $35 million lottery, what else could she do but become his friend and coax him to claim the prize? What Acey didn't know was how he'd win her heart….

Harry Wells had more secrets than Acey suspected…including a troubling ...

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Ticket to Love

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Overview


A DOLLAR AND A DREAM…

Acey Corelli was as saucy and unforgettable as the pizza she dished out in her Long Island hometown. So when she found out that the shy Southern man down the block was the winning ticket holder in the $35 million lottery, what else could she do but become his friend and coax him to claim the prize? What Acey didn't know was how he'd win her heart….

Harry Wells had more secrets than Acey suspected…including a troubling past that he wanted left back in Texas. But despite their differences, Harry couldn't get the feisty New Yorker out of his mind. Had he hit the jackpot—in more ways than one?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459224940
  • Publisher: Silhouette
  • Publication date: 12/15/2011
  • Series: Silhouette Special Edition Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 294 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2005

    Ticket To Blah

    Ticket To Love is about a pizza maker named Acey who is convinced that Harry, the handsome Texan in her neighborhood, is the winner of the New York Lottery. The entire book is devoted to Acey trying to comvince Harry to come forward and claim his winnings even though Acey doesnt like rich guys. I can't make myself like this book. Acey is a grating stereotype of a New York Italian. Even though he's a Texan, Harry is boring. The only thing Texan about him is that he says Y'all. All of the time! The idea of finding a mystery lottery winner is exciting, but not in the hands of this author. Ticket To Love is a short book but it seems much longer because it drags on and on repeating the same points over and over. I expect romance novels to leave me feeling content but the execution of this story just wasn't fun or satisfying.

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