Getting To Mr. Right






Campbell Jones seems to have it all: an intelligent and successful dating therapist who is about to be given international recognition for her research into the father/daughter dynamic and how it affects a woman’s personal choices. Her study consists of workshops she’s been giving to small groups of middle-aged women back on the dating scene.

Her latest group is made up of three women: Missi Morgan, who can’t seem to let go of a philandering spouse; Suzy Paradise, a self-proclaimed queen of online dating; and Felicity Starr, whose life and career are dictated by a controlling father.

Along with Campbell, the women in her study learn to find their own paths to happiness as they begin to create new road maps for their happy-ever-after futures.



10 thoughts on “Getting To Mr. Right

  1. Hi Carol, I’ve only just seen your generous review of Unseen Unsung. Thank you so much. I have now bought the kindle version of Getting to Mr Right (I couldn’t get it from, but there is now a way through amazon uk). Given my pile, it may be a while before I get to reading it.

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    • Oh, that’s quite awhile when I wrote the review of Unseen, Unsung. I’ve got on my Kindle Border Line and will soon read it. Happy Weekend. Hope it’s warmer where you are and I look forward to seeing your garden again. 🙂


  2. I just finished “The Longest Nine Months” and left a review on Amazon. What a great read! I enjoyed getting to know the characters and the resolution (which I won’t share for those still reading or wanting to read.” I appreciated the length and the way you handled some tough subjects! I look forward to reading more. Congratulations Carol on a job well done!!

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