Book Reviews of The Playboy and the Widow

The Playboy and the Widow
The Playboy and the Widow
Author: Debbie Macomber
ISBN-13: 9781551660806
ISBN-10: 1551660806
Publication Date: 3/1996
Pages: 251
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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A confirmed bachelor, Cliff Howard wasn't prepared to trade in the fast lane. Diana Collins plowed through life hiding behind motherhood, determined to play it safe by living in the shadows. She'd suffered the ultimate loss in love. Cliff and Diana had both become adept at playing their roles--until the playboy met the widow.

Forced to trade in his carefree life of expensive sports cars and fancy restaurants, confirmed bachelor and playboy Cliff Howard joins a carpool with station wagon-driving, widowed mother Diana Collins, and unlikely sparks fly.
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DEBBIE MACOMBER BOOKS ARE GREAT. I READ EVERY ONE I CAN
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Great book by Debbie Macomber. Fun read.
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Another great book that you don't want to put down.
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An earthy widow and mother of two as a far cry from the stylish glamor girls dashing man-about-town Cliff Howard usually dated. But one look into Diana Collin's soulful brown eyes had him thinking about apple pie instead of "cheesecake." Her irristible blend of womanly strength and heartbreaking vulnerability enticed him as bearty never had.
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An earthy widow and motehr of two was a far cry from the stylish glamour gilrs dashing man about town Cliff Howard usually dated. But one look into Diana Collin's soulful brown eyes had him thinking about apple pie instead of "cheesecake." Her irresisitble blend of womanly strength and heartbreaking vulnerability enticed him as beauty never had.

Try as he might to resist, "ladykiller" Cliff was soon forced to admit that this plucky widow and her rambunctious daughter could grow on a man. But could they start a dyed in the wool playboy dreaming od domestic bliss?