A Woman Like Annie [NOOK Book]

Overview


Annie McCabe loves the town of Macon's Point, and she's ready to fight to save it

After her bitter divorce, Annie wanted to put down roots for herself and her son in the small community. As mayor, Annie works hard for the people she has grown to care about. Now the town's main employer, Corbin Manufacturing, is on the chopping block, and Annie must convince Jack Corbin to keep the company in business. Annie quickly realizes that Jack just wants to wrap things up and move on, ...

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Overview


Annie McCabe loves the town of Macon's Point, and she's ready to fight to save it

After her bitter divorce, Annie wanted to put down roots for herself and her son in the small community. As mayor, Annie works hard for the people she has grown to care about. Now the town's main employer, Corbin Manufacturing, is on the chopping block, and Annie must convince Jack Corbin to keep the company in business. Annie quickly realizes that Jack just wants to wrap things up and move on, and things are further complicated by her growing attraction to him. Will she be able to make Jack see the true value of his hometown…and its mayor?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459232266
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/15/2012
  • Series: Hometown U.S.A. Series , #1174
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 873,864
  • File size: 491 KB

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  • Posted April 5, 2012

    I was very pleased with the plot of this book. Actually, I felt

    I was very pleased with the plot of this book. Actually, I felt that Annie was very realistic and relatable. Because of this, I found myself getting sucked into the story and getting excited at every twist and turn. There was just the right amount of drama to where I never put this book down. A definite keeper!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2004

    'A Woman Like Annie'

    I just finished 'A Woman Like Annie' and I felt excited about finishing the book but found myself a little sad because I wanted to hear more about Jack Corbin and Annie McCabe. Annie really shows the positive of living in a small town and the importance of standing up for what you believe in. Annie does the right thing for the town of Macon's Point and perhaps she just might find the love she has always been searching for. It's true good things really do happen to good people! Check out the book and discover a great story in Macon's Point.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2003

    fine contemporary tale

    Following a nasty divorce, Annie McCabe accompanied by her small son relocates to Macon's Point, Virginia with a population just over three thousand. She quickly falls in love with the small town and wants to give something back to the people who adopted her when she needed a friend. She ends up becoming the mayor. <P>Corbin Manufacturing is shutting down the plant in Macon¿s Point. The loss of jobs will devastate and perhaps shut down the town. Desperate to save Macon¿s Point, Annie must persuade the owner Jack Corbin to reconsider his decision. When they meet, Annie concludes that Jack obstinately wants to end his ties to his hometown. She plans to show him how much Macon¿s Point meant and means to him, but neither expected a minor distraction like love to confuse the issue. <P>Though simplifying the complexity of a one business town losing its economic base due to a shut down (think Flint, Michigan), fans will enjoy this contemporary tale. Like Jack, readers will find it difficult not getting caught up in the enthusiasm of the heroine¿s whirlwind sell. Fans will appreciate her efforts to save her adopted town of finding Jack something to care about though she didn¿t think that it could ever be her and son. <P>Harriet Klausner

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