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FANTASTIC! NORA, YOU'VE DONE IT AGAIN!
on March 24, 1999
In THE PERFECT NEIGHBOR, Daniel MacGregor has done it again. This time he's homed in on his honorary granddaughter, Cybil, the youngest daughter of Grant and Genvieve Campbell. He's chosen Preston Quinn as her perfect match. Preston, a successful play writer seeking privacy, accepts The MacGregor's offer to stay at his apartment building, where "coincidentally" Cybil lives aswell. When Cybil and Preston meet, the mutual attraction is staggering. Preston, having been hurt in the past, is adamant about not getting involved in a relationship again, while Cybil, feels that she's not ready to settle down yet. As fate or a MacGregor would have it, Cybil and Preston fall in love despite themselves. But in order for them to be truly happy, they must first learn to trust one another with their hearts. Grant and Genvieve's cameos were absolutely great, adding even more humor and delight to this already fantastic story. I recommend this book wholeheartedly. It's another wonderful addition to the MacGregor saga. You'll love it. Trust me!