Dream Man: The Dream Comes True\Montana Man

The Dream Comes TrueFor Nina Stone, Crosslyn Rise the majestic old Massachusetts estate now converted into exclusive condominiums represents the ultimate coup in her real estate career Until John Sawyer, an investor in the complex, refuses to jump on her fast track Her ambitions may be sky high, but his reality is firmly established on the ground Now all John has to doThe Dream Comes TrueFor Nina Stone, Crosslyn Rise the majestic old Massachusetts estate now converted into exclusive condominiums represents the ultimate coup in her real estate career Until John Sawyer, an investor in the complex, refuses to jump on her fast track Her ambitions may be sky high, but his reality is firmly established on the ground Now all John has to do is convince Nina that s where dreams are built.Montana ManOn the run from her old life, Lily Danziger is determined to make a fresh start for herself and her newborn daughter But she gets than she bargained for when she loses her way in a blizzard Could the gruff stranger who offers shelter hold the key to a future Lily has only dreamed of
Dream Man The Dream Comes True Montana Man The Dream Comes TrueFor Nina Stone Crosslyn Rise the majestic old Massachusetts estate now converted into exclusive condominiums represents the ultimate coup in her real estate career Until John Sawy

  • Title: Dream Man: The Dream Comes True\Montana Man
  • Author: Barbara Delinsky
  • ISBN: 9780373774258
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Dream Man: The Dream Comes True\Montana Man”

    1. This book has two novellas, both romances. In "The Dream Comes True" we see Nina as a very independent real estate broker who is committed to selling the new condo complex at the highest price. Another one of the investors, John, who is a book store owner, doesn't think they should be priced so high. The other investors ask them to work together on the project. In "Montana Man" Lily is fleeing north thru Maine with her baby when she picks up another stranded driver in a blizzard. Somehow they ge [...]

    2. Easy to read when you don't want to think about what you're reading, and it leaves you smiling :)

    3. Two stories, one author. The second story was well worth 5 stars, but the first was typical and only rates 3 stars, in my opinion.

    4. I give up. Geezh, I just want more sweet salt air!! I almost finished the first story, but I really had no connection to the characters. I hate when I just don't care.

    5. I only read Montana Man. I found the story rather boring. It was slow and just not very exciting. I havn't read The Dream Comes True and don't know if I will.

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