Caroline Explains

Caroline Explains

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Confirmed bachelor Ace Townsend is the last keeper of the Townsend House Rules flame: No marriage and absolutely no children. Surviving his own childhood was reason to enough to believe nothing good could come from the Townsend gene pool.
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Book Two: Carolyn Explains: Meet Carolyn Allen, Jenna’s neighbor, an agoraphobic widow, trapped with her young son, Jett, inside her own brownstone on Hummingbird. When it comes time for her building to be renovated she had no choice but to accept Ace Townsend’s offer to stay in his country mansion. Of course, life happens when you make other plans. Within weeks of Caroline and Jett’s arrival, Ace is forced to move back into the house himself when his mute daughter Piper, who he’d had no knowledge of, is delivered to his office along with a beat-up suitcase and a mysterious letter. Tag, you’re it. How this story unfolds is truly a miracle, for everyone.

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Ace is the confirmed bachelor enjoying his lady’s man reputation.
Caroline is the agoraphobic widow he lent his country home to.
Piper is the silent little girl just dropped off at Ace’s doorstep.
Gloria is the grandmother, playing dirty to gain custody of Piper.
Noel Is Ace’s lawyer with the bright idea Ace and Caroline should marry.
Katie is Ace’s assistant who knows Noel is an idiot.
Judge Rathbone is the guy who’s ruling has everyone’s jaw on the floor.
Now What?
Think you know how things will turn out?
Think again …

Details
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Series: Poet Oregon, Book 2
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Pajama Therapy Books
Publication Year: 2017
Length: Novel - 280 pages
ASIN: B01MFG1JOV
ISBN: 9780993782480
List Price: 12.00
eBook Price: 2.99
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