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Goodbye Blues, Hello Love

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Blush: This is a suggestive romance (love scenes are not graphic)

Blues guitar player Sean has little to sing about. While women love him when he’s performing, once they discover his day job - garbage man - they dump him quicker than trash on collection day. Kaylee, meanwhile, has been proposed to more than most women. Too bad the men doing the asking are residents of the n

Kindle Edition, Scintillating Samples, 36 pages
Published April 5th 2010 by Ellora's Cave Blush (first published November 13th 2009)
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Goodbye Blues, Hello Love by Christie Walker Bos

What a nice break from sex, can you believe it! There was none and I still enjoyed this short funny story.

Sean is a blues player at night and a sanitation worker during the day. He has just moved into his new home and his new neighbors are two meddling twin sisters Rose and Amelia and their best friend Gwen who are all in their seventies. This trio lives and loves to play matchmaker.

Kaylee works at an assisted living community and the only proposal...more
This was a really short, sweet, fun freebie. I'll probably end up reading it again, just for fun. I loved the characters and the plot. I wish this had been longer and finished the story more, but what I read I liked. There was some humor, sweetness, 'atmosphere', and a great overall feel to the story. A great one-sitter for an anytime read. This was definitely worth reading and a great steal. Enjoy!
I thought this short romance was cute, a quick light enjoyable read. It shows us the elderly matchmakers that I assume are characters in other stories/books by the author, and they are well drawn and fun. The romance itself is a bit easy going, but as there isn't much time to develop character, it's forgivable. I'd like to see other work by this author.
This is really short. I was really surprised by that. There was still quite a bit backed into it and it has the potential to be an amazing full length novel or as a longer novella.

A nice romance novella...nothing special, but it was fun. Actually interested in reading similar from Ms Bos. Hers seems like a style suited to the shorter form.
Free Kindle download. Cute novella about elderly matchmakers and the new, blues-playing neighbor.
Cute novella with characters from Getting Back to Delaney. Probably more of a 3.5....
A short cute tale of 3 elderly but spirited matchmakers latest victims.
A great short story about 3 matchmaking ladies. Humour was great.
Kelly Fitzpatrick
Cute free read. My mom downloaded it too.
A sweet vignette about love at first sight.
Good light short stry
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When looking for her soul mate, Christie Walker Bos made a “man list” with 65 items, created a “magical” ceremony and buried the list in the mountains. Two months later, her “magical man” appeared with 63 of the 65 required traits, so she had no choice but to marry the guy. Now she lives with her soul mate Robbie in a mountaintop community in California surrounded by pine trees, crazed squirrels a...more
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