Almost Perfect

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Wheeler Pub Incorporated, 2002 - Fiction - 458 pages
7 Reviews
When a celebrated cartoonist gets writers block, he rents a secluded beach house for the fall to find new inspiration--and ends up falling for the landlady who beautiful green-eyed glare reads like a "No Trespassing" sign.

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Review: Almost Perfect (Carolina/McCloud Brothers #1)

User Review  - Allizabeth Collins - Goodreads

Review: Just like the title, this book's premise was "Almost Perfect"! It is not your typical romance novel, Cleo is all about barricading doors, while Jared only seeks to break them down. I loved ... Read full review

Review: Almost Perfect (Carolina/McCloud Brothers #1)

User Review  - Linda C - Goodreads

Ex-con, ex-addict Cleo Alyssum owns a hardware store in town and a chunk of land with an old house and a rundown beach cottage on it on an island across the causeway from town. She is keeping a low ... Read full review

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With five million books in print and New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists under her belt, Patricia Rice's emotionally charged contemporary and historical romances have won RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice and Career Achievement Awards. A former CPA, Patricia is a native of Kentucky and New York, and currently resides in St. Louis, MO.

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