Director’s Cut (The Millersburg Quartet Book 3)

Director’s Cut (The Millersburg Quartet Book 3)

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"My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die." - The Princess Bride

Director's Cut (The Millersburg Quartet Book 3)

Author: Valerie Douglas
Pages: 204
Category: Thriller
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Publication Date: 2011

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Once the golden boy in Hollywood, Jack Tyler's life and career are on the skids. Struggling to find some direction, a visit to an old friend brings him to Millersburg and the community theater group there. He's fighting his demons hoping to rediscover his roots, his love of theater, through them.
He also discovers schoolteacher Molly Brighton.
Molly, though, wants no part of the sexy new director. He's too handsome, too charming, too dangerous to her heart.
The attraction is difficult to ignore, especially when aided by Jack's old friend, an unrepentant matchmaker with his own reasons for bringing them together.
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This book isn't in your Library! Please check the ISBN/ASIN number you provided.My new advertising banner for the Coming Storm series.  What do you think?

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