"Dominic" was the little white lie 30-and-still-unwed Sophy Metcalfe told to soothe her nagging mother. But now her perfect sister Belinda is tying the knot and Sophy's going to have to produce the charming, successful ideal boyfriend she invented, since the genuine article vanished after a single, resoundingly unsuccessful evening.
Desperate, she hires a male escort sight unseen to get her through the Nuptials from Hell. But the trouble with white lies is they tend to multiply, especially at a gala disaster filled with new intrigues and old flames. And the trouble with Josh, her hired date, is he's kind of cute, in a rugged, too sexy for his own good way. And then there's the biggest trouble of all, because every wedding day is followed by a night. And, of course, a morning after.
Originally published as Asking for Trouble.
©2001 Elizabeth Young; (P)2003, 2004 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.
"Despite Sophy's near inability to tell the truth, she's charming and the author does a fine job of conveying her appeal." (Publishers Weekly)
Jasmine Hyde was the best part about this book. I actually really like her narration. I won't read anything from Elizabeth Young ever again. I don't even know how or why she was published.
That it was NOTHING like the movie. I have no idea why they even have a picture of the movie on the front cover.
Lovely voice and good reading.
All of it and make a totally new story... Which is what the movie editor must have done.
Don't listen or read this if you have any hope of it being anything like the movie. I have the book too and couldn't get through it. Now I know why.
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