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An Ideal Marriage?: Father's Day / First Comes Marriage / Here Comes Trouble
An Ideal Marriage Father's Day / First Comes Marriage / Here Comes Trouble Author:Debbie Macomber Three Tales Of Love And Family — Father's Day — A boy a man and a dog — Robin Masterson's ten-year-old son, Jeff, wanted to make friends with the dog next door. The problem was that Blackie belonged to Cole Camden--the unfriendliest man in the Mastersons' new neighborhood. — Cole hadn't always been so solitary, so aloof. The deaths o... more »f his wife and son had embittered him, and that was something Robin could understand. Her own much-loved husband had died when Jeff was just a baby.
Now, for the first time in ten years, Robin found herself responding to a man. To Cole Camden. But was he interested in her--or in replacing the family he'd lost?
First Comes Marriage
Grandfather rang the wedding bells!
Janine Hartman loved her grandfather dearly--but she balked at his plan to choose her a husband. Zach Thomas, the intended groom, didn't like it any better.
Zach had recently merged his business with the Hartman family firm, and that was the only Hartman-Thomas merger he wanted. But Grandfather had other ideas, ideas belonging to a different place, a different time, when marriages were arranged by families. "It would be a perfect match, " he insisted. "You two suit each other. "
Zach and Janine didn't agree. In fact, they agreed on only one thing--that Gramps was a stubborn, meddling old man. But what if he was right?
Here Comes Trouble
"My Evening with the Debutante"
That unflattering article by Kramer Adams started the whole thing. The "debutante" was Maryanne Simpson, columnist at a rival Seattle paper, which her father happened to own.
Despite her anger at Kramer's interfering opinion. Maryanne decided the tough, streetwise newsman was right about one thing; her life had been too easy. She wanted to earn her own way. And she wanted to earn Kramer's respect. No, more than his respect...
She quit her job, left her luxury apartment and gave up her trust fund -- a Cinderella in reverse, with Kramer Adams her reluctant prince.« less
THREE VERY GOOD STORIES ABOUT LOVE AND FAMILY. DEBBIE MACOMBER IS A SUPER AUTHOR. I CAN'T READ ENOUGH OF HER BOOKS
FATHER'S DAY IS ABOUT ROBIN' MASTERSON'S SON JEFF WANTED TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH THE DOG NEXT DOOR. BUT BLACKIE BELONGED TO COLE CAMDEN THE UNFRIENDLY MAN IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD.ROBIN FINDS HERSELF RESPONDING TO THE MAN BUT WAS COLE INTERESTED IN HER?
PLUS, FIRST COMES MARRIAGE.THAT'S A GREAT STORY TOO
ALSO HERE COMES TROUBLE WHICH IS ALSO A GREAT STORY.