Moonlight and Roses (Prequel)

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Sweet novella.

Can a meddling mom find a husband for her daughter? Carolyn Davis is a beautiful, young woman, and an accomplished artist. She doesn’t think she needs help finding a man.

Linda Davis, her mother, has an urgent secret. She needs to know that her daughter is well taken care of. Using her meager resources, Linda drags her daughter to charity event after event, hoping she’ll meet a rich man.
Carolyn tires of the fancy clothes, high heels, and the endless rooms full of strangers. Though she dates some of the men she meets at these soirées, she doubts her mother will get her wish. Must every prince turn out to be a frog? No doubt Carolyn can find a man, but will he be the right man?

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Heat level – sweet

Review by: Carly Wallace on Oct. 06, 2011 : star star star star star
Hi y’all Anne here I just finished reading Moonlight and Roses by Jean Joachim and what a sweet and honest story. This is absolutely a story for women scorned, who can appreciate the females softer views on life and love which I can. I love the characters in this book the men are sweet jerks, the mother a lovable romantic who’s story of love is also threaded through this book, and then Caroline then leading lady is so gullible and sweet it’s hard not to feel her constant pain of going through all these jerks. Her story goes the way she thinks it should up until life and love play a horrible turn on her. If you enjoy a sweet story which will touch any heart that has ever been broken then this book is for you and I’m excited to move to the next in the series Sunny Days and Moonlit Nights I can’t wait to see what awaits Caroline next. 5 out of 5 stars for Moonlight and Roses.

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