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Publisher's Summary

A chance encounter leads to an unpredictable Manhattan romance in an irresistible and heartwarming novel from the author of Hello Love.

Greta Hansen has arrived in Manhattan to intern with the Vanderhaven Corporation, a company owned by distant and very wealthy relatives. But she soon realizes she’s actually been hired to keep watch on their capricious daughter, social media celebrity Cece. No last name required. Why bother? The entire Twitterverse already watches every fabulous move she makes. Including an unfortunate shoplifting mishap when Cece decides to go off script. It’s then that a handsome - and homeless - stranger comes to the rescue.

Dalton Bishop has a secret. A man of privilege, he’s been living on the streets as a social experiment. Now, in gracious payback for his chivalry, Cece invites him to an elegant fund-raiser called the Forgotten Man Ball. It’s Greta he’s taken with, however - and to Greta’s surprise, she’s taken right back. But Dalton has one more secret up his tattered sleeve. For right now, though, he’s just happy embracing the woman of his dreams. It’s only the beginning of a romantic and revealing adventure that will take them to a place where money, class, and fame matter far less than true love.

©2019 Karen McQuestion (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Excellent Story

Listened to the book straight through! Great characters and plot. Made me smile and remember that there are still good people and God puts us where He wants us to be through our lives. Many thanks to the author.

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Cute Story

I enjoyed this book. It was a good, clean story with morals. The only negative was that the narrator sounded robotic, which distracted me from concentrating some of the time. Otherwise, bravo!

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Very fast narration

I enjoyed the story. The narration felt too fast, making me feel like I was listening to the story at 1.5x speed.

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Great story, finished from start to end in a da

Loved this story; being a social worker it touched my heart !! I know that I will read every one.of Ms.Ms.Questions novels found on my Kindle.She is now my favorite author after finishing 20+ plus novels
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sweet love story

loved it. wonderful love story. will be checking out more books from this author. good easy listening

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An easy story to love and give hope that occasionally real-life may happen tis way

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Started slow but I’m so glad I stuck with it

I ended up really enjoying this audible story. The narrator’s soft voice fit the characters and story line.
I was concerned at first because it seemed that the story was dragging and had changed from what I thought it would be. But, the beauty of audible books is that you can listen while doing other things. So I did. And I’m so glad because the story ended up surprising me. It’s a good listen and I recommend it.

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Just okay

This book started off slow. The "shoplifting" incident didn't happen until chapter 20. Also, the ending was abrupt. I only finished this book so I could write a review reflecting my opinions in the hopes it can help someone else.

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Great for young readers

As an adult, I found this a bit amateurish, maybe because the narrator sounded like a young girl. There were no voice changes, just a constant ‘he said she said.. drove me a bit crazy. Overall, I would have enjoyed reading the book as the story was well plotted and characters were developed well. My issue is mainly with the narration.

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Good Man, Dalton

An enjoyable story about a recent college graduate who leaves her small Wisconsin town for an internship with her mother's rich cousin's business in New York city for the summer. When she arrives she finds the job is actually as a companion for her second cousin, a socialite internet sensation.

At the same time Greta arrives in NYC, Dalton also arrives to live for two weeks as a homeless man to gather information for a project he wants to start.

I really enjoyed Good Man, Dalton. Because I got my copy from Kindle Unlimited, I was able to read or listen and Tanya Eby did a great job with the narration. Reading and listening to CeCe and Greta as they found themselves and became friends made for a good story and introducing Dalton for Greta and Roger for CeCe added to their stories.