The Wrong Mr. Right/Never Say Never

The Wrong Mr. Right/Never Say Never

by Tina Wainscott, Barbara Daly
5.0 2

Paperback(Mass Market Paperback - 2 BKS IN 1)

$4.99

Temporarily Out of Stock Online

Eligible for FREE SHIPPING

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

The Wrong Mr. Right/Never Say Never 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
No one does it better than Barbara Daly, who can put a romantic (and humorous) slant on Vermont mudslide season.
harstan More than 1 year ago
¿The Wrong Mr. Right¿ by Tina Wainscott. Marisa Cerini wants to follow the family tradition of finding her true love at the Vino and Amore Festival. However, five years of failure and her sister¿s success on her first try leaves Marisa feeling like a loser, letting down her mother. However, this year is different as Marisa meets and begins to fall in love with Barrie McKenzie. Even though the Scotsman feels like Mr. Right, Marisa knows he is Mr. Wrong when it comes to mama and tradition. Tina Wainscott provides her audience with an entertaining, humorous yet serious look at the conflict between personal dreams and family heritage.

¿Never Say Never¿ by Barbara Daly. In Newport, Rhode Island, ultra wealthy Tish Seldon wonders if she is paranoid or is her fiancé Marc Radcliife trying to kill her. She has no doubt he wants her money. Instead of marriage, Tish steals the gardener¿s truck and flees to Wild River, Vermont where she meets local sheriff Zeke Thorne stalking a chicken thief. Zeke knows women are bad, especially runaways like Tish. However, he cannot stop himself from falling in love with her, just like she cannot do the same either. However, will she persuade her lawman that they are meant for one another? Barbara Daly writes an amusing romantic romp starring a wacky heroine and a straight ¿laced hero (think ¿Bringing Up Baby¿).

Keeping up with the high level of quality of its predecessors, DUETS 34 provides the audience with two delightfully amusing romantic tales.

Harriet Klausner