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Two short stories guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Rx For Happiness starts as a classic doctor-nurse romance until the nurse finds out the doc is married. In Always a Bridesmaid Mary Ann's roommates keep getting married. What's a girl to do? Her new roommate is a guy, someone who works all the time. How hard can it be to keep her distance from the hunky geologist?
Kindle Edition, 30 pages
Published January 3rd 2012 by Carol Grace
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Angieleigh
This book is comprised of two short stories that really have nothing to do with being a bridesmaid, to be honest. Oh wait, in the second one the main character is a bridesmaid at her best friend's wedding, but the wedding is pretty much over when we join in.

There was no character or plot development for either story and the endings were much too hurried for my taste. While I was slightly entertained, I really wanted to know more about the couples. Did the nurse have an affair with the doctor? W
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Chanpreet
I really did not like the first story. The second story was better and more coherent for me. It also flowed better and I felt like I know what was going on in the story.
Helena
So, I was bored and thought I'd gone a book with a bad cover to read. So often I'm attracted to a book because of a beautiful cover, but I know some books that are great have bad ones.

Didn't quite turn out that way. Not only does this book have a bad cover, the book itself is not worth reading. The two stories are written dully. There's no real connection to the characters, and there's no real originality in the stories. They're just cheesy cliches. I'm glad this book was free or I'd be upset wi
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Julie
At first I didn't realize these were two short stories rather than a book. Both stories sucked. There is hardly any story at all in either, and you hardly know the main character's names! If you are in the market for truly mindless fiction....this is for you. And when I say mindless, you will hear your brain cells screaming as they die while you read this.
Shannon
I skipped the first short story.
The second story was cute but very short. Makes me wonder if it could have made it into a full book or something. Left me wanting...
Tracy Boulle
Really weird. Two very short books in one.
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Carol Grace is the author of over 35 romance novels. In her former life she worked as a translator and an ESL teacher. She has traveled the world from Africa to Singapore for work and pleasure. Carol speaks French whenever she can, and sails the seas on cruise ships. When not on deck sipping tropical drinks and brainstorming ideas for her next novel, she gives writing classes. It's a tough job but ...more
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