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Length: 248 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 1669 KB
  • Print Length: 248 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sunflower Publishing (September 9, 2013)
  • Publication Date: September 9, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F3LDAM6
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,522 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Bobby Hutchinson was born in a coal mining town in the Canadian Rockies, and she grew up reading and listening to her mom and dad tell outrageous stories. She wrote her first novel, Sheltering Bridges, at the age of 45, and it took her a year because she didn't know how to type, or how to write romance, either.

She learned, however, and that first book sold to Harlequin Superromance. Drunk with instant success, she immediately (well, over a period of many years) wrote and sold 50 more romances while marrying and divorcing several times.

Single now, she lives in her hometown of Sparwood, B.C. She's a foster-grandmother to two spoiled rabbits, and when she's not chasing them around the neighborhood, she writes and publishes romances, children's books and the odd (very odd) memoir.

HOW NOT TO RUN A B&B is the poignant and funny story of how she started her first B&B, with no experience whatsoever, hindered by a mass of complications in the form of eccentric neighbors, friends and guests. The book contains recipes that work, advice that is sometimes successful, and stories that weren't meant to be amusing, but seem to make readers laugh a lot.

Her latest romance is ISLAND SUNRISE, a romance set in Hawaii. The heroine, Charlie Cossini, is based on a fascinating carpenter Bobby knew in Vancouver--the first woman carpenter she'd ever met.

She's currently revising and uploading her romances to Amazon's Kindle. She has the rights back to 32, and she's writing more. (Hi, my name is Bobby, and I'm addicted to writing!) Watch for them on Kindles romance page.

Bobby loves to hear from readers, and can be found at http://www.bobbyhutchinson.com, or by email at bobbyhut@telus.net

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By McReadsALot on November 1, 2013
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I think this book could be really entertaining, I just kept finding myself wishing the author had put a little more thought into what her characters were doing.

A phone sex operator with a baby? That's awesome, with lots of potential for hilarity (omg a call in the produce section?!)
A freelance reporter raising a toddler who gets hired for an exposé on phone sex operators?
Okay, who can tell me where this is going?

I wanted to be entertained by this book, but I wasn't. There were too many misunderstandings, too many lies, and quite frankly too much of an undertone of "let the men handle this, sweetie." It didn't come across overtly, but I never really got the impression that Maxine was so super capable. Without getting into too many spoilers, I think too many of the problems in the book got solved by men for the women, vs with them, or even by the women themselves.
Maybe it's because all of them are *described* as capable, but where we join the story their lives are starting to fall apart? I don't know. I just know I was irritated with them. A lot.

I can't even get into my thoughts on the "hero" because of all the spoilers it would involve.

Lies, betrayal, and forgiveness that comes way too easily. For all the talk about Maxine having a spine, I don't think she spoke her mind nearly enough.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By anna mullins on September 12, 2013
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I love a book with a bit of spice that makes me chuckle. I have read so many of Bobby's books and loved almost all of them, but this one is near the top of the list.
Harry is a hunk...and just insecure enough to kick it up to adorable! Maxine cracks me up doing her everyday chores while having phone sex! Her mouthy friend Polly is a hoot.,
A sweet read!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Manda on November 2, 2013
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Have you ever wondered about those phone sex operators? I mean really do you think they are as hot as they sound or as sexually turned on as you are? Well this book will show you the life of 2 lady's who run a phone sex line from Maxine's house in the suburbs of Vancouver.

Maxine is a stay at home mom who when found out she was pregnant lost her job & the jerk boyfriend left her after taking her savings. So she took the only job that would allow her to work from home while taking care of her baby. So dressed in unattractive clothes & baby gunk she talks sex to guys who call.

Harry also a stay at home parent is a free lance writer who needs money so when a editor asks him to write an expose on phone sex operators he takes it. He happens to find Maxine's number in the yellow pages and starts talking to her about everything but sex. Both of course are using fake names & a few other lies to protect themselves. Part of the story is he has to meet her, so they meet in a restaurant and everything goes south in a hurry. After Maxine walks out thinking he can't handle her job and she thinks he is married.

By pure coincidence they meet at a daycare in their everyday clothes with their kids. There they start to see each other in a new light. So the question remains will the article that Harry is writing help or hurt his chances with Maxine?

I give this book a 4.5 stars. The story was great the supporting characters added a great deal to the story. I loved it
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This book was so, so good! I thoroughly enjoyed every single minute of it. And while Harry and Maxine were the main attraction in this book....the extra bonus---- which I never would have expected---- was that there was actually three different romances slowly building at the same time. Every single one of them warmed my heart. If you love a good romance story with a touch of good humor thrown in, then you'll love this book! Little Sadie and the baby stole my heart right from the git-go, too. Then again; I'm always a sucker for pets and kids, so for me....that meant that this story was even a bigger bonus.

I have read several of Bobby Hutchinson's books in the past, and so far I have not been disappointed.
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Different plot twists in this book.

Maxine gets dumped by her pilot boyfriend when she is four months pregnant, he also takes all her money. Needing a way to support her new son, she gets a 900 number and starts a phone sex business.

Harry is an ad writer who gives it up for freelance writing when his daughter is born and her mother leaves them. He is given the assignment of writing an article about phone sex workers. Of course, he calls Maxine (who uses the name India with her "clients").

The book is funny at times, and at times it is a bit sad. The characters are good people just trying to get by and you'll be routing for a happy ending.
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By T E on February 21, 2015
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Good read. Story leads were had the human characteristic of wanting to present the best image even if its "not quite them" and that was the hook on which the storyline hung. Great story development, predictable HEA end but how they got there and the self realisation that happens along the way make the book a worthwhile way to spend some hours.
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By Nicole Vela on April 9, 2014
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I gave this Book 5 stars because as a mother I could relate to the dilemmas of being a single mother and the wish of providing a father for my baby. Maxine is a successful working mother ( I know phone sex). With her son Graham she is making it until one day Harold Watson (a writer with an agenda and a sweet baby girl) places a call. What ensues is a romantic,entanglement with traces of deceit..both these two realize is they have fallen in love...two single people with children and one lie of omission. Can Maxine aka India forgive Harry. She has a ton of baggage but it's time do something other then phone sex! Bobby Hutchinson is a great writer, this book is well written and had my attention. If you love romantic comedy this book is for you!
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