Imperfect Together

Imperfect Together

by Amanda Harte




From the moment he steps off the plane, Luke Johnson knows there’s been a colossal mistake. How else can you explain the fact that a man who’s content to live in a one-bedroom apartment without so much as a plant to keep him company has inherited an estate in—of all places—New Jersey? Not just an ordinary estate, either. This one comes complete with a mansion, a conservatory, and some unusual residents along with one very normal, very beautiful woman named Jenny Coleburn. This is not what Luke needs. No, sirree.

If Luke’s unhappy, so is Jenny. She’s just gotten her life and her daughter back on track after the divorce, and now they may lose their home to a man who’s as allergic to children as he is to cats.

As far as Jenny can see, this is one story that holds no promise of a happy ending. But the fates and her matchmaking housemates think differently. And sometimes, when it’s least expected, love blossoms.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780803494961
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 10/28/2001
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 7.70(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Amanda Harte is a confirmed romantic and avid traveler whose previous books have transported readers to medieval France and Gold Rush Alaska. Now she draws on her early childhood in East Texas as background for Strings Attached. Amanda’s belief in happy endings is based on personal experience. She married her high school sweetheart and they’re living happily ever after in New Jersey.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
So you think all romances are alike -- well you could never be more wrong! You may think you know where the story is going and BAM it goes in a completely different direction. As a Jersey girl myself, I love the setting and how New Jersey is portrayed - yes we have highways and malls, but there is much much more if you take the time to see and experience it. The book was a Christmas present and I could not put it down once I made the time to start it. It was very riveting! So Amamda Harte, when can I expect something else great to read?