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Living with her newly widowed sister was driving BJ Franklin insane. She had to find Iris a husband...fast! So she starts the Over 50's Singles Night. But when only a few elderly ladies and a gay man attend the first meeting, she decides to fix her sister up with their neighbor Harvey. Except...Harvey has decided BJ is more his taste.

Could BJ really start dating again? And
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ebook, 288 pages
Published December 17th 2012 by Harlequin Next (first published March 21st 2006)
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Ann
This was a fun, easy read. I like how the author established strong personalities in the two main female characters. I found it amusing how the author nailed it on the head when it comes to sisters misunderstanding each other. Classic!
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I loved he characters in this book!
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