Divorce attorney Annabelle Coakley is distraught when her widowed mother calls and announces she's marrying a washed-up movie star with a résumé of discarded wives. Annabelle packs a bag and heads to her mother's with one goal: to stop the wedding!
Financier Clay Castleberry is beyond irritated to learn that his father is engaged - again. So he drops everything and heads to his father's with cash in hand to buy off this latest gold-digger.When Clay mistakes Annabelle for his father's betrothed, the two of them don't exactly get off on the right foot! And to their dismay, as their distrust for each other grows, so does their attraction.
©2002, 2012 Stephanie Bond, Inc. (P)2013 Tantor
I enjoyed this book. It was a good romance without the raunchy sex scenes. The story line was good & it was somewhat believable. It is a fiction book so who cares if they fell in love in a week.
I don't know. I would have to read reviews first.
First of all on the front of the cover it states romantic comedy. There was nothing funny. I expected to at least chuckle, but nothing. So I guess to add more comedy.
She was very pleasant to listen to.
Yeah it was ok.
The story was good. The only thing I didn't like was this book was listed as a romantic comedy. I think the author forgot the comedy part. That's my opinion anyway. If you like romantic with a little sadness this book is totally for you. Happy reading!
Yes all of Stephanies books are great
If you like books by Susan Mallery give this author a listen
the dance floor scene
the Title Stop the Wedding
Great listen on a road trip or your daily commute
So boring and so so slow. I did not care what happen to the characters. This is not worth your credit.
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