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Dad's E-mail Order Bride
The greatest birthday present Rachel Morrison could give her dad, Graham, would be a life. Then she could have one, too. Because running a lodge in Port Protection, Alaska, is totally his dream, not hers. She wants to move back to New York--the most awesome city in the world for a teenage girl.
Well, she's about to make that happen.
Posing as her dad online, Rachel connect ...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by Harlequin Special Releases
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Jul 10, 2014 Gail rated it 4 of 5 stars · review of another edition
This was my first Candy Halliday and I'm not sure how I acquired it, maybe from a FOL sale. I love books set in Alaska, I love mail-order bride stories, and I really enjoyed this story. I'm not sure if I'll hunt down the author's backlist as I already have so many books to read, but if I happen to come across one I'll definitely grab it. A delightful surprise read!
This book is about a dad named Graham who lives in Port Protection, Alaska with his daughter Rachel Morrison and she is wants a mother and she wants her father to have a wife. So she gets his his own present for his birthday. She starts talking to this woman name Courtney Woods and pretends to be him and they share an online relationship, only Courtney doesn't know it isn't Graham that its his daughter pretending to be him.
As a writer, I keep my mind open to several genres. Romance is one in which I dabble. So, I read a lot of Harlequin. This was an exceptional title from the big H. Candy Halliday wrote the man’s point of view quite well. The problem that serves to keep them from getting together for a while is very believable. Yes, I enjoyed reading this. Not ashamed to admit it. LOL.
This book is a great change ur life story. It starts out with a very confusing meeting between Graham and Courtney. I really like it coming from the teenager point of view. I'v got to say I don't remember myself being that brattish but asking my mum I probably was. Lol. Fantastic romance story and great HEA.