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Everybody of picturesque Hanscomb Harbor knows about pretty shop owner Maddie Copeland's bad luck. Getting bitten by a dog has made her absolutely phobic about the critters. getting left at the altar has made her just as scared of romance. But when a summer resident, a dear, yet quirky, old man named James dies and leaves a will behind naming Maddie as his heir, her luck starts to look up--that is, until she meets James's handsome, bachelor grandson...
When Henry "Hank" Madison III hears the terms of his wealthy grandfather's will, he is outrage. If he wants to remain acting CEO of James's corporation, Hank must live in Hanscomb Harbor for six weeks, with not a laptop in sight. And if that isn't bad enough, he has to share his inheritance with some blond bombshell! But Hank isn't about to let some gold-digger rob him of what's rightfully his--even if she does take his breath away every time she is near...and even if he is hopelessly losing his heart to her.
St. Martin's Press; November 2014
- ISBN: 9781466886049
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- Title: Mad About Maddie
- Author: Cheryl Anne Porter
Imprint: St. Martin's Paperbacks
In The Press
“A top-notch writer!” —Romantic Times
“Porter keeps reader on the edge of their seats.” —Publishers Weekly
“Cheryl Anne Porter writer with the same spirited individuality that tames this land. Her star is on the rise.” —Debra Cowan, Every Breath You Take
About The Author
Critically acclaimed, best-selling author Cheryl Anne Porter is the 1997 winner of the National Readers' Choice Award for Hannah's Promise, a title also nominated by booksellers as the best Love and Laughter Romance of 1997, along with Jacey's Reckless Heart, nominated by reviewers as Best Historical Adventure of 1997. Before that, in 1994, Cheryl's title Kansas Wildfire was a National Readers' Choice Award finalist.
In 1992, Cheryl sold the first novel she ever wrote. Since then, she's penned more than a dozen books with stories ranging from her big, gritty Westerns to her light-hearted contemporary romantic comedies. She also teaches fiction writing and is a much sought-after conference speaker, in addition to her personal and television appearances on behalf of romance fiction.
A recent transplant from Oklahoma, by way of Savannah, Georgia, Cheryl now makes her home in Tampa, Florida.