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Breaking All the Rules
Breaking All the Rules
Author: Sue Civil-Brown
In the sunny climes of Paradise Beach, anything is possible ... and the more outrageous it is, the more likely it is to happen! — For Erin Kelly, her indomitable friend Mary is a role model, a mentor. So when attorney Richard Wesley III fails to prevent Mary from being declared incompetent, Erin decides to fight him and the courts -- using every ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780060502317
ISBN-10: 0060502312
Publication Date: 9/1/2002
Pages: 384
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3.4 stars, based on 50 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Miss Mary Todd manages to manipulate people to get what she wants. When her friend Erin Kelly tries to follow her example, things don't go exactly the way she intended.
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In the sunny climes of Paradise Beach, anything is possible ... and the more outrageous it is, the more likely it is to happen!

For Erin Kelly, her indomitable friend Mary is a role model, a mentor. So when attorney Richard Wesley III fails to prevent Mary from being declared incompetent, Erin decides to fight him and the courts -- using every devious trick the older woman ever taught her.

But for Richard, Erin's outlandish plots may cause more trouble than they solve. Yes, he finds her exciting -- and her sparkling green eyes and fiery spirit make his head spin. And it's true, a little "war" never hurt anyone, especially in Paradise Beach. But although he's secretly on Erin's side in all this, he is bound by the law to do what he must -- even if it costs him her love.

But, maybe, it's time for this upstanding citizen to break the rules ...
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It was ok read, but it's not going on my keeper shelf.


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