Falling for Mr. Wrong

Falling for Mr. Wrong

by Ann Roth

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Overview

Has he come back for her?

Mitch Matthews is a regular guest at the Oceanside B and B, but until now he's never arrived without a beautiful woman at his side. This time he's here alone, to work on his book. So why, if he came alone for solitude, does he want to spend so much time with the B and B's sociable owner, Fran Bishop?

Fran has been drawn to Mitch for years, but she knows friendship is as far as their relationship will ever go. The sexy, successful motivational speaker isn't the type to settle in the sleepy Pacific coast town of Dunlin Shores, Oregon, especially with a woman like Fran, who wants not just a husband and children, but solid roots.

Can this certified hunk be looking at Fran in a whole new way? It takes an extraordinary event for him—and for Fran—to find out.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781987068542
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 05/22/2019
Series: Dunlin Shores , #3
Pages: 254
Sales rank: 999,243
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Award-winning author Ann Roth writes small town, contemporary romance and women’s fiction. She has published over 35 novels, as well as several short stories and novellas, both through New York publishers and independently.

A true believer in love and happy endings, Ann enjoys watching her characters learn and grow as they face challenges and hurdles, and ultimately find love.
Ann has lived in the greater Seattle area since she headed for the University of Washington and fell in love with Seattle… and her future husband.

Enjoy!

Wonderful, touching small town romance

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Falling for Mr. Wrong 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Wendy S Hodges More than 1 year ago
I loved this story, I think Fran deserves her happy. Mitch is struggling with grief and a bit of writers block, I think coming back to somewhere he associates with peace and friendliness is two fold with an attraction he has to someone here. The slow build is a little faster in this one though not all straight forward, it is interesting. Flow is great and it is gripping and exciting. Some nice little sweet bits as well as cute moments. For me this is the best so far even though I loved the first two, it just felt as though the series hit its stride in this one and I read it in just a few hours, lucky me no work. I already have book 4 all ready to read.