Right Next Door: The Courtship of Carol Sommars\Father's Day

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Harlequin, Jun 1, 2009 - Fiction - 400 pages
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The Courtship of Carol Sommars

Peter Sommars is fifteen, and what he needs is a little more independence. Which is why he'd like his mom, Carol, to start dating. He even knows the perfect man—Alex Preston, his best friend's dad. As it turns out, Alex is interested, but Carol's doing everything she can to sidestep his pursuit. Which only makes Alex—and the boys—more determined!

Father's Day

Robin Masterson's ten-year-old son, Jeff, figures he needs a dog more than anything in the world. And there just happens to be one right next door! But the friendly black Lab belongs to Cole Camden, the unfriendliest man in the neighborhood. Still, Jeff persists…and soon his mom and Cole are looking at each other in a whole new way.


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Review: Right Next Door (The Courtship of Carol Sommars & Father's Day)

User Review  - Jeanie Mccarthy Pityinger - Goodreads

I've read Debbie Macomber before and I was eager to start this book - my only disappointment was in finding out it was actually 2 short stories. I didn't realize that when I'd started, it wasn't until ... Read full review

Review: Right Next Door (The Courtship of Carol Sommars & Father's Day)

User Review  - Robin Nenninger - Goodreads

Sweet story about a black Lab, boy, his mom and the dog's owner. These are great to "read" while driving and it sure beats today's news. Read full review

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With more than 75 million copies of her books sold worldwide, Debbie Macomber is a major voice in women's fiction. Several of her novels have earned the #1 slot on the "New York Times" bestseller list, and in 2010 the Romance Writers of America awarded Debbie the Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2005, readers across the country voted her winner of the first-ever "people's choice" Quill Award for Romance.

In 2009, the television movie based on Debbie's popular Avon romance "Mrs. Miracle" was the year's top-ranked selection for the Hallmark Channel. She has been recruited to throw out the first pitch for both the Seattle Mariners and the Tacoma Rainiers. Author, knitter, devoted grandmother, Debbie lives in Port Orchard, Washington, with her real-life hero, Wayne, and their pup, Bogie, and winters in Vero Beach, Florida.

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