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Title : Wanted
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ISBN : 9780373520015
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 187

Sweet, fun romance stories by #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber are to be enjoyed again and again! Single mom Meg Remington isn't looking for another chance at love, but her teenage daughter, Lindsay, has other plans, so she places a personal ad on her mother's behalf. When it's answered by Steve Conlan, he actually seems...perfect! But there's more at wSweet, fun romance stories by #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber are to be enjoyed again and again! Single mom Meg Remington isn't looking for another chance at love, but her teenage daughter, Lindsay, has other plans, so she places a personal ad on her mother's behalf. When it's answered by Steve Conlan, he actually seems...perfect! But there's more at work, as the reluctant couple soon discovers. Meg and Steve want to teach their matchmakers a lesson--if only they weren't really falling for each other!Originally published in 1995


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Wanted Reviews

  • Patricia Solla

    Another cutesy romance. Siblings involved. Matchmaking abounds. Who really was in control of the situation. Happy ending. Just what I sometimes need.

  • Nan Williams

    This was a very simple and easy and quick read. Totally predictable. Just pleasant.

  • Bj

    HookedVery good read, got me pulled in and want more. Caught me buy the heart strings for sure. Xoxox ms. Kemp

  • Lisa Gogel

    Good premise, but terrible execution. I did not believe a single character’s feelings, motivations, or actions. Not for me.

  • Amanda

    This was a super cute romance.

  • Kathy

    short, sweet & funny story.

  • Chloe

    This is a really cute book. Meg Remington's daughter, Lindsey, put an ad in the paper for her searching for a husband. Meg knew nothing about it until Lindsey told her she had a date with Steve Conlan. Meg resisted at first, but then ended up meeting Steve. Come to find out, Steve hadn't answered the ad, his sister Nancy had done so on his behalf! I really liked that they came out in the open about that on their first date. Meg internally debated if she was going to tell him or not, and I'm glad [...]

  • Emma

    Wanted: Perfect Partner by Debbie MacomberSingle mom Meg Remington and her teenage daughter begin a conversation.Daughter says nervously: "Uh, Mom, maybe this would be a good time to tell you about Steve."Meg says absently: "Who?"Daughter says quickly: "Umm, Steve—your date for tonight—the man I fixed you up with through a personal ad. Wanna see his picture? He's a total hunk! Mom, is something wrong? He'll be here any minute. You're not wearing that, are you?"Meg gasps.The doorbell rings.wh [...]

  • Marianne

    Wanted: Perfect Partner is the fifty-first stand-alone romance by popular American author, Debbie Macomber. While bookstore owner, Meg Remington is perfectly happy with her single mother status, it seems her fifteen-year-old daughter Lindsey, is not. Lindsey and her best friend Brenda decide to act, and soon Meg finds herself dining with Steve Conlan, owner of a local bodyshop, at a fancy restaurant. But is seems that while Meg didn’t place the Lonely Hearts ad, neither did Steve answer it. St [...]

  • Debbie Heaton

    In Macomber’s romance novel, Lindsey Remington is determined to help her mother find love again. On a whim, she places a personal ad on behalf of her mother, Meg in a local paper. The ad is simple and to the point: Wanted: Perfect Partner. Seattle resident, Steve Conlan answers the ad. In Lindsey’s mind, he is perfect—now she just has to convince her mother to give him a chance.A great story surrounding the relationship between mothers and daughters.

  • Ashley Gibson

    I really liked this story. It was about Meg's teenage daughter writing a personal ad looking for a husband for her divorced mother who was clueless about it. Steve's sister answered the add in response for her brother and they wound up going out. To thwart her daughter and his sister from thinking they were perfect for each other, they played unsavory characters in front of them.

  • Nancy

    Predictable. I think that I have possibly read this book before under a different title; or perhaps it just because the story follows such a common formula. I suspect this was something Macomber wrote early in her career.

  • Melissa

    I realized that I have read this book - as part of Married In Seattle.

  • Therese B

    I love anything by Debbie Macomber and this was no exception. A woman's daughter tried to fix up her mother with a date. It just doesn't turn out the way she wanted it to and the story goes from there. A nice simple read that leaves you with a feel good feeling

  • Amy

    Wanted: Perfect Partner is the story of second chances, overcoming loss and mothers and daughters. When life offers Meg a second chance at love, will she take the leap or be left wanting?

  • Mary

    Is it possible to give a book less than 1 star? If so, this would be the book.

  • Kathy

    Humourous.

  • Sylvia

    Modern

  • Barbara

    Very good! Enjoyed this light reading of a divorced woman who found love again with the help of her 15 year old daughter, Lindsey! Fun from start to finish!

  • Mom

    Predictable, but some places it was just dumb. It was a quick read, but totally not worth it.

  • Dixie-Lee Campbell

    Enjoyed this book.

  • Virma

    This was not a favorite. Meg is too flimsy to make up her mind and it's frustrating! Good thing this book is short.

  • Marita

    Great as a weekend read when u want to relax.

  • Lee

    Didn't realise these books were just glorified Mills and Boons when I bought. *head desk* Were 3 books in 1. I did finish them, that's a good sign! But I could write better plots. *sigh*