More Than Candy Corn (The Maple Leaf Series)

More Than Candy Corn (The Maple Leaf Series)

by Christine DePetrillo

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A Halloween Maple Leaf Series Novella

Sienna Faye makes her living designing toys for her father's Boston company, Faye Toys. Working for her father brings many pressures, some in the form of a video gaming heir he wants her to marry because it would be "good for business." Attending Super Con in St. Martin right before Halloween is just the escape she needs to hide and avoid telling her father she won't use marriage as a merger. The conference also gives her an excuse to have some fun in a fairy costume. 

Max Devon writes and illustrates graphic novels for his rabid teen readers. He loves his work, but every woman he's been with so far has trashed his career, telling him he'll never grow up if he always surrounds himself with superhero figurines and other nonsense. They just don't understand where inspiration comes from. Super Con is his chance to take a break from women or, if he takes his brother's advice, it could be a place to "just get laid," no strings attached. 

When Sienna stops at Max's booth at Super Con, the connection is instant. But if Sienna brings Max home, her father will flip. If Max lets Sienna into his heart, she could stomp all over it. Is a magical time in St. Martin enough to change everything for them both?

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940152318654
Publisher: Christine DePetrillo
Publication date: 10/01/2015
Series: Maple Leaf Series
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 359,206
File size: 259 KB

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More Than Candy Corn (The Maple Leaf Series) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was pleasing but the writing was lacking. It felt as if the story was dashed off with no thought to how it would read. I found myself looking forward to finishing the book so I could go on to something else.