Genre: Holiday Romance
Release Date: October 28
Review Source: Wildfire Marketing Solutions
All Sadie Rollins wants for Christmas is a break. Three years ago, she stumbled into her dream job as a wedding planner, but she's been so bogged down with the minutiae of inn ownership that she can't even enjoy it. She and her twin sister might have been bequeathed the Starlight Haven Inn, but the bed and breakfast didn't come with much more than extra long hours and piles of debt.
Cole Donovan was looking for a fresh start when he moved to Havenbrook. Instead, his reputation as a cutthroat divorce attorney preceded him--and tainted his introduction to the only woman he's had eyes for since his own divorce. Too bad she can't stand him.
In a favor to her cousin, Sadie agrees to a little modeling in exchange for a spread in the country's leading wedding magazine. All she has to do is wear a wedding dress and pretend to be smitten with a stranger for a couple hours. Except the fake groom is no stranger, and as much as she loathes Cole, her body hasn't gotten the message. Neither, it seems, has his.
But though these opposites attract, there's no way there could be any kind of a future for a wedding planner and a divorce attorney...right?
Sadie owns the local Inn in town along with her twin sister, but she is a wedding planner by trade. So, when her cousin offers her a photo shoot to get her Inn some PR she had to accept! Little did she know Cole Donovan would be in the photo shoot as well.
This was a nice short book but it didn’t have a dull moment and quite frankly was steaming hot. I loved every second of it. I sure hope there will be more to this series!!
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She likes her books how she likes her tea—steamy and satisfying—and adores strong-willed heroines and the protective heroes who fall head over heels for them.
Brighton lives in the Midwest with her real-life hero of a husband, her two kids—one who’s already taller than her and one who’s catching up too fast—and her dog who thinks she’s a queen. Her boy-filled house is the setting for dirty socks galore, frequent dance parties (okay, so it’s mostly her, by herself, while her children look on in horror), and more laughter than she thought possible.
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