Book #3 in the Happily Inc series
It was all bogus, of course, but he told the story with such conviction that it was featured on several TV shows of the time. Almost overnight, Happily Inc became a wedding destination.
For decades, Hollywood celebrities have married there, as have members of the royal families from many countries around the world. And thousands of ordinary couples in love who wanted to start their married life with a touch of magic. The story about the mail-order brides has been told so often over the past 60 years that even those who know the truth still sort of believe the fable.
The seven daughters of that brash young man grew up, married, and had children of their own. Their elder brothers Del and Aidan fell in love and , respectively.
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Nick carves chainsaw sculptures in secret, outside a hidden studio in the woods. Ronan is the result of an affair and only learned the truth a year ago.
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As of yesterday, one of Happily Inc's famous Mitchell brothers is officially off the market. Nick Mitchell eloped with our own Pallas Saunders, and you'll never guess where they got married! Is there something about the local geography that helps people sleep?
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Or perhaps it has something to do with the healing waters of the natural springs in the sheltered valley. In Happily Inc, it's actually a good thing to live next to the dump—because the owners have turned the land around the landfill into an exotic game preserve. Imagine sitting on your back porch at the end of the day, watching a herd of zebras graze as the sun sets. All of the animals in the preserve are non-predatory—zebras, African antelopes, even a lonely giraffe named Millie.
Happily Inc from #1 New York Times Bestselling Author, Susan Mallery
Sculptor Nick Mitchell grew up in a family of artists and learned from his volatile father that passion only leads to pain. As he waits on a new commission, he takes a day job as a humble carpenter at a theme wedding venue. The job has its perks--mainly the venue's captivating owner, Pallas Saunders. Although he won't let love consume him, for ecstasy with an expiration date, he's all in.
Pallas adores Weddings in a Box. Then when a desperate bride begs Pallas for something completely out of the box, her irresistible new hire inspires her. Nick knows she doesn't belong behind a desk, and she knows in her heart that he's right—where she really belongs is in his arms. Mathias Mitchell's easy smile hides a world of hurt.
After the worst kind of family betrayal, he moved to Happily Inc, California. The wedding destination town supplies a steady stream of bridesmaids, perfect for his "no promises, no pain" lifestyle, yet he can't stop watching for his beautiful, elusive neighbor on the animal preserve behind their homes.
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Gamekeeper Carol Lund knows she's not special enough to attract an alpha male like Mathias, so his offer to help her adopt a herd for her lonely giraffe is surprising—and his determined seduction, even more so. Although she'll welcome him into her bed, he'll have to work harder to win her trust.
Will she give him a second chance to prove she'll always come first in his heart? He wants a down-to-earth girl-next-door type—like Beth Archer. After a few cocoa-flavored kisses by the Christmas tree, Bethany begins to fall for her irresistibly handsome host. Natalie Kaleta will do anything for the artists at her gallery, including risk life, limb, and the effect of humidity on her naturally curly hair. Braving a downpour to check on reclusive Ronan Mitchell, Natalie gets stranded by a mudslide at his mountain home where the brooding glass artist reveals his playful side, sending her inconvenient crush from under-the-radar to over-the-top.