Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to join love and laughter in this sexy romantic comedy with a chick lit attitude! Previously print-published book with Bonus Features!
Burke Winslow stands at the altar, ready to marry his business partner in a marriage of convenience. The minister solemnly asks: "If anyone here knows why this man and this woman shouldn't be joined in holy matrimony, let him speak now or forever hold his peace."
A rain-soaked, bedraggled Ally Fletcher limps down the aisle and shouts, "Stop the wedding!"
What follows is a funny, sexy romp that proves when there's love, passion never dies, it just smolders away until you toss some gasoline on it. Burke and Ally discover a rekindled passion that threatens to scorch them when they find themselves locked in a marriage - of inconvenience!
With a cagey grandfather pulling Burke's strings, and an equally cagey grandmother manipulating Ally, can these two battling lovers peel away the layers of the past and discover the truth about their love and passion? Will the truth free them or put them asunder?
Throw in a pretend boyfriend for Ally and a scorned business partner left at the altar, and you have a rollicking good time - Texas style! Sassy, sexy, and funny!
©Ebook 2011 Joan Reeves (P)2012 Joan Reeves
Sexy, sassy & funny
I love romantic comedies and this is a fantastic listen as well as a read. The characters work well off each other, the dialogue was quick and fun, and the audio production was
crisp and clear!
The narrator, Robin Kohn Glazer was very good. Her voice adjusted nicely to differentiate between the characters. The production quality was crisp and clear.
It's always great when the 'heard word' makes a video in your brain!
I loved the opening ...where poor Ally arrives looking like a mud-puppy to stop the wedding..priceless. Makes you laugh out loud, because you are just able to 'see' it for yourself.
I've purchased all Joan Reeves' audio books and they are classy and well done.
I like happily-ever-after books. I do. The title gives this away. I am not revealing secrets. The start of the book is engaging. However, Ally does not seem to have matured much from her first wedding days. So why would Burke find her to be "still the one"? The narrator does a good job. The grandparents prove to be entertaining.
Very bad narrator. Seemed like she was rushing through the whole time and you could hear her turning pages.
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