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Mail-Order Millionaire by Carol Grace
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Mail-Order Millionaire

by Carol Grace

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First off I love a good romance and I love Amazon Freebies. (I am trying to clear my Kindle of them now because I have way too many) Some I begin and close just moments after reading the page but, most like this one I find myself captivated and wanting to be in the story. Miranda was a scared tired farmer who worked for a mail order company and meets a disgruntled customer Max when he doesn't receive his boots. (I love where they really are total LOL moment of the whole entire book) I also love Ariel and can see the love and bond between the two sisters. I like this quirky read it was quick and fun!
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Miranda Morrison has handled her share of irate customers at the Vermont mail-order company, but Maxwell Randolph Carter with his southern accent and his tough-guy attitude topped them all. Was it her fault the wealthy weatherman was stuck at his remote mountain top station in three feet of snow without the boots he'd ordered? Still, the customer was always right...So off she went in the snow mobile to deliver those damned boots. Max was shocked to see the lovely but half-frozen Miranda arrive at his outpost with the merchandise. It wasn't every day that a beautiful delivery woman drops by the observatory. He predicted fog which meant she had to stay overnight, but he never predicted that lightning would strike him when he saw her. Now if only he could keep her there long enough to prove they were made-to-order..… (more)

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