Happiness Inn
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A New Career...

Dorothy Barton walked out on a successful television career in New York City to buy an old inn on Maryland's eastern shore, where she had grown up. The move caught her fans, her friends, and her co-workers by surprise. And though Dorothy insisted that she had never really been suited for television, only lucky, there were many who suspected the true reason behind her sudden decision was TV star Sam McNaughton's engagement to a wealthy heiress. Sam's rejection had hurt, but buying the old Sather Inn wasn't Dorothy's way of running away. She was determined to make the place a success--she was already a personal success with her first guest of the summer season: attractive young history professor John Bell. Just as determined to get Dorothy back in television was her old producer, Mike McGregor, and willing to use every persuasion at his command--including Sam McNaughton...

Original Title: Summer on the Shore
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