From the Editors of Sherryl Woods

As one of the editors who works closely with Sherryl Woods, I’m delighted to have the opportunity to reintroduce her beloved Perfect Destinies series to both lifelong fans and those who might be new to her work. This family saga, featuring the legendary matchmaking efforts of Destiny Carlton on behalf of her three nephews, kicks off with Isn’t It Rich?, an irresistible story in which Sherryl Woods proves once again that sometimes family really does know best.

Straitlaced tycoon Richard Carlton suspects that his aunt Destiny has more than business matters on her mind when she insists he meet klutzy PR executive Melanie Hart. Melanie might be brilliant—and beautiful—but Richard won’t open his wounded heart to any woman, no matter how much she might make his pulse race.

Yet when the press mistakenly reports that they’re a couple, Richard convinces Melanie to pretend that they’re engaged—to bolster his reputation and to teach his matchmaking aunt a lesson, once and for all. But is this relationship just a charade, or do opposites really attract—for keeps?

Find out what Destiny has planned for Richard and Melanie in this heartwarming and hilarious romance, available now from MIRA Books for the first time in over a decade!

Would you trust someone in your family to play the role of matchmaker?

About Isn’t It Rich?:

0316-9780778318699-bigwIn this beloved novel, #1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods proves once again that sometimes family does know best. 

Straitlaced tycoon Richard Carlton suspects that his Aunt Destiny has more than business matters on her mind when she insists he meet klutzy PR executive Melanie Hart. Melanie might be brilliant—and beautiful—but Richard won’t open his wounded heart to any woman, no matter how much she might make his pulse race.

Yet when the press mistakenly reports that they’re a couple, Richard convinces Melanie to pretend that they’re engaged—to bolster his reputation and to teach his matchmaking aunt a lesson, once and for all. But is this relationship just a charade, or do opposites really attract—for keeps?

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