In Dallas Beaudine, gritty and handsome, lies the answer. He stops his car to help Francesca, whose life needs a tune-up, as well as her car. Stopping could lead to the biggest mistake, or best time, ever.
©1989 Susan Elizabeth Phillips; (P)1996 Books on Tape
"Pure unadulterated fun! Riches-to-rags, then back again." (Rave Reviews)
"This delectable confection offers unadulterated entertainment. Sleek romantic comedy." (Publishers Weekly)
Not one of SEP's books have disappointed me yet, especially with Anna Fields narrating--she makes a book even better (missed her reading in What I Did For Love). I am hoping with SEP's new book coming out in January, the narrator is just as good as Anna Fields. SEP can really write--I found myself laughing out loud while listening more than one time; good romance scenes as well.
I love these characters in this book. Worlds apart and so different but you can relate to all of them. This book is written so that you feel you really know these characters and know exactly what all of their surroundings look like without being too bogged down in too much detail. This book could have gone on another few hours and I would have gladly kept listening. Very funny!
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