The tabloids call her the Hit and Run Bride after reality show star Annamae Jessup walked out on Atlanta’s favorite baseball player on cable television. Eager to escape her notoriety, Annamae takes a road trip to find the grandmother she’s never met and winds up discovering a whole lot more than a band of back woods relatives. There’s no escape from reality TV, even in Beulah, Alabama, population 3000.
The last thing Wynn Rafferty needs in his new life is a spoiled television princess who can’t even know his real name. He’s in temporary witness protection as an apple farmer after his undercover work put his life in danger. He needs to lay low until the heat dies down from his last case— even if he sucks at growing apples as badly as he sucks at relationships. But Annamae turns his new town into a media circus, unwittingly threatening the lives of him, her and most of Beulah. Wynn is an expert at keeping the world at arm’s length, but when it comes to Annamae, the only way he can keep her safe is to keep her very, very close.
This book takes several of my favorite themes and mixes them together
This book takes several of my favorite themes and mixes them together. I’m a sucker for reality TV. Mix that with a good rom-com and throw in a little suspense and I’m going to be a happy camper. On the surface, Annamae and Wynn seem too different to work, but they do. Their instant attraction sizzles across the page and made me cheer for this unlikely pairing to get their happily ever after.
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Good story and little thrill of action. Sexy as well.
Heartwarming and can't stop reading until the end. Love the bit of mystery in it.