Miranda Blue Calling

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Harper Collins, 2004 - Fiction - 320 pages

She's the breezy voice on the telephone, bringing life into the lonely days of her elderly clients ... But who's calling Miranda Blue?

Not a soul -- which is the way Miranda likes it. From her sweet, ramshackle house in the middle of Colorado's pinto bean country, she can run her tele-companionship service while steering clear of men. No more sexy, Big City bad boys. No more tangled, short-lived relationships. Just those eager, grateful voices on the other end of the line, appreciating what Miranda Blue does best: talking.

William Wordsworth "Billy" Steadman, a young widower and greenhouse farmer, has been a man of few words. With the arrival of his eccentric and reclusive new neighbor, however, he willingly rises to her rebuffs, determined to interact in the flesh while bantering his way to her heart. Now he's spoiling her dogs. She's feeding his fish. And if they'd just let each other in, together they might find a little of that precious, elusive commodity called happiness.

This call's for you, Miranda Blue. Pick up!

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
13
Section 3
25
Section 4
41
Section 5
53
Section 6
67
Section 7
79
Section 8
93
Section 13
168
Section 14
176
Section 15
190
Section 16
200
Section 17
211
Section 18
224
Section 19
237
Section 20
250

Section 9
106
Section 10
123
Section 11
137
Section 12
153
Section 21
261
Section 22
274
Section 23
288
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Michelle Curry Wright lives in Telluride, California.

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