When small-town girl Kennie Sue Ledbetter wakes up in a Reno hotel between two guys in rumpled tuxedos, she thinks things can't get any worse.
When she steps on the wedding bouquet and sees the ring on her finger, she knows things can't get any worse.
But then she finds out she's married to the guy who won her in a coin-toss in front of the wedding chapel, and "worse" has a name and a face: Alexander Carruthers, the gorgeous silver-tongued devil who believes in love at first sight, in fate, and in doing whatever it takes to keep her - even if that means following her back to Texas and letting all the good people in Tahoka Springs know what she did on her summer vacation.
He's Lear jets and high society charity balls.
She's Ford Pintos and rodeos.
She won't fit into his world and he sure won't fit into hers.
This spells disaster - calamitous, embarrassing, tempting-as-sin disaster....
But can it also spell love?
What members say
- Daleen Beyleveldt
This book was ok. It was funny and sweet and interesting. The storyline is much different from what I'm used to but it worked. Narration was ok too.
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