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Three Little Words (North Country Stories #2)

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Sometimes real life is better than fiction

Small-town librarian Tess Bucek can't help it if her imagination runs wild. Fiction is simply more fun than reality. So when the mysterious Connor Reed wanders into her library she's sure he's up to no good. But it doesn't take long before she discovers Connor has come north to escape the notoriety that accompanied his involvement
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ebook, 304 pages
Published February 15th 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published February 1st 2004)
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Jessi
Oct 24, 2010 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
This book was passed on to me because it's about a librarian. Tess Bucek has a Major Tragedy in her past. She was engaged to a man who died in a tragic car accident. These days she stays in the library and has an incredibly active imagination. This includes imagining that Connor Reed, the new guy in town, is a smuggler or maybe a pirate. Instead, it turns out that he's a notorious true crime writer who has returned to Michigan to restore an old lighthouse so that his grandfather can see it in al ...more
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Tess Bucek, librarian and Scrabble Scramble organizer, meets Connor Reed when he returns to the area to fix up a decommissioned lighthouse. His grandfather was lighthouse keeper there for 30 years and Connor had spent some of his summers at the lighthouse when he was a young teen. He hopes to take his 89 year old grandfather back there for a final visit. His grandfather also never learned to read and Connor solicits Tess’ help to teach him. The scrabble tournament is a running theme throughout t ...more
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Jul 08, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
just a simple to read love story.
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There was never any doubt that Carrie Antilla would have a creative career. As a two-year-old, she imagined dinosaurs on the lawn. By six it was witches in the bedroom closet. Soon she was designing elaborate paper-doll wardrobes and writing stories about Teddy the Bear. Eventually she graduated to short horror stories and oil paints. She was working as an artist and a part-time librarian when she ...more
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