The Matchmakers (Delaware,  Americana, #8)
Every novel in this collection is your passport to a romantic tour of the United States through time-honored favorites by America's First Lady of romance fiction. Each of the fifty novels is set in a different state, researched by Janet and her husband, Bill. For the Daileys it was an odyssey of discovery. For you, it's the journey of a lifetime. Your tour of desire begins with this story set in Delaware.

His words were like a knife in her heart

Of all the romantic fools, Kathleen thought, she had to top the list. In her crazy old-fashioned thinking, she had believed Jordan Long would want to marry her. Instead, he wanted to set her up as his mistress.

Her eyes searched the beloved features of his face, scarcely believing the words he'd just spoken. Could she be satisfied with such a tenuous existence--willing to accept the crumbs of his attention, never sharing the joys and sorrows of everyday life?

"No." Kathleen was startled to discover she'd spoken aloud. "No," she repeated. "I don't want you to make love to me."

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The Matchmakers (Delaware, Americana, #8) Reviews

  • Maria
    Apr 1, 2017


    Very cute story, there was no big drama, no crazy other women or men but just two mischievous girls to give this book four stars. ...

  • Carmen Nuland
    Feb 28, 2017

    Carmen Nuland

    Predictable, but it was still a cute, fun read to see how the girls manipulated the couple. ...

  • JoAnne
    Dec 13, 2016


    Quick read with a cute premise and even cuter daughters that interview a prospective nanny. A few chuckles and a few tears. Not a lot of meat but love is in abundance at least where Jordan's daughters are concerned. Happily ever after that had everyone cheering. ...

  • Aakanksha Raj
    Mar 30, 2015

    Aakanksha Raj

    A light and pleasant read.The plot is not very unique but the author's style of writing is entertaining. ...

  • Jodi
    Feb 21, 2010


    Cute little story. A little dated in the careers and view of nurses I think but otherwise I don't really think it seems 30 years old ...