As romances go (not my favorite kind of book) this one is good. The talking parrot added humor & the characters were interesting. Now, if we could all only find our dream house............
This is a fairly simple girl meets boy, boy likes girl, girl reluctantly ends up liking boy, misunderstanding in the middle, finally typical romance ending. Still, Fern Michaels did this one well. I read it in one sitting. I might just read another book by Fern Michaels in the future.
Wonderful book. I love all of Fern Michaels books. She has a special way of telling a story so you believe your there. 1-5 I give this book a 5.
Author Fern Michaels. Carly Andrews knew the type, Adam was one of the rich and famous who shiled away his summers in beautiful Bar Harbor, Maine. Yet, there was a powerful attraction between them, and Carly found herself drawn to a man hopelessly out of her league.
Carly Andrews's predictable life as the manager of a real estate agency was turned upside down the day AdamNoble commissioned her to find his dream house. In Bar Harbor, Maine, the Noble family was the next thing to royalty, and Adam's obvious desire to make their relationship more than business had Carly feelking like she was acting out a Cinderella story. But what could a man who had everything want with a women like her . . . ordinary, average, unremarkable? Carly's questions were as puzzling as her own deep emotions -- ones that would find her placing both her career and her heart on the line.
Carly Anderew's predicitable life as the manger of a real estate gency was turned upside down the day Adam Noble commissioned her to find his dream house. In Bar Harbor, maine, the Noble family was the next thing to royalty, and Adam's obvious desire to make their relationship more than business had Carly feeling like she was acting out a Cinderlla story. But hat could a man who had everything want with a woman like her..ordinary, average, unremarable? Carly's question's were as puzzling as her own deep emotions, ones that would find her placing bother her career and her heart on the line