For Love or Money by Paige Timothy

October 2, 2014 | 2 Comments
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ForLoveMoneyCynical Morgan has just about decided that no one could possibly fall in love with her—all the good guys want perfect girls, and she’s anything but perfect.

But then along comes the guy who falls head-over-heels in love with her just as she is and helps her find the bright side of life again.

The Main Street Merchants series is a collection of short romance novels—all featuring a business located on Main Street in the fictional town of Aspen Ridge, Colorado. The Main Street Merchants series is part of the Sweet & Clean Romance Collection from Trifecta Books.

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Title: For Love or Money (Main Street Merchants #2)

Author: Paige Timothy

Publisher: Trifecta Books

Release Date: September 29, 2014

ASIN: B00O2IIMQ0

Formats: 111 pages, e-book

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Main Street Merchants:

And Something Blue (book 1)



2 responses to “For Love or Money by Paige Timothy

  1. COULD NOT PUT THIS ONE DOWN!

    Morgan is a bank teller and a roommate with Laurie…

    While she loves hearing all about Laurie and her escapades in love she is hoping for a love interest of her own.

    And then HE walks in…

    Max Grayson has just moved to Apen Ridge and needs a new bank account set up.

    Easy enough…

    Morgan almost feels guilty as she quickly asks the questions she would love to know personally:

    * Where do you live?
    * Where do you work?
    * What is your number?

    Of course she will have to forget all this information as soon as she clicks the computer button to be professional.

    Morgan is more than pleasantly surprised when Max walks into the bank the next day and asks her out.

    While on their date Morgan realizes she is in love…but it is not with Max…

    See how this one plays out 🙂

    FUN. FUN. FUN. BOOK!
    SO LOVED IT!

  2. Gayle Humpherys

    This was a sweet shorter story that focuses on another of the roommates introduced in “And Something Blue.” Part of the story overlaps with that one, so the first part wasn’t very suspenseful since I already knew several details. But I liked where the story went from there!

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