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Midnight at Tiffany's
Midnight at Tiffany's: An International Bestseller | Sarah Morgan
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Three best friends embrace lifeand lovein Manhattan, in USA TODAY bestselling author Sarah Morgan's sparkling new series. Find out where it all begins in this enchanting novella! Matilda is a shy New York waitress by day, but an aspiring author by nightand she loves to write about kick-ass heroines! So when she meets gorgeous millionaire Chase Adams, she decides to channel her heroines and act on their sizzling attraction! One magical night later, she's living the dream, but will a midnight trip to Tiffany's make it a reality?
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SheReadsAndWrites
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This was a cute, fast novella read and fits well into both the From Manhattan with Love series by Sarah Morgan. #romance #novella

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Birdsong28
Midnight at Tiffany's | Sarah Morgan
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Day 12 of @Andrew65 's #Top20series #20series20days challenge

The book I have circled and tagged is technically the first book in the series but it is an ebook only, but you need to read it as the main characters feature heavily again in Holiday in the Hamptons. ⬇️

Birdsong28 There is also a little story called A New York Christmas Fairy tale situated between book 3 and 4 but is only available on the Harlequinn website, it isn't really required reading to further the stories but if like me you want to read the whole series then I thought I would mention it. 2y
Andrew65 Good choice. 2y
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Birdsong28
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Very good. Nice start to the Manhattan series can't wait to read more.

#HarlequinUk

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Lupa08
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After a recent bout of So-So reads, I was very cautious when I picked up Midnight At Tiffany's. I needn't have been. It was the kind of sweet uncomplicated romance that is trademark of Harlequin. In fact, apart from a bit of steam, it was a right fit for The Hallmark Channel.