Gwen may have left Louisiana a starry-eyed innocent, but now she's returned successful and accomplished. And with enough sense to deal with her mother's maddening boarder, Luke Powers.
But once Gwen meets Luke--a man reputed to be an expert in both words and women--her composure disappears. Now she has stars in her eyes but isn't so innocent.
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Read it, Borrow it
Decent story from Nora Roberts, but quite short, I suggest borrowing from the library, it's less than 200 pages.
But who cares my second Nora Roberts book and I loved it very easy to listen too voices were great.
Not a fan
Honestly, I normally love Nora Roberts books, but I could not stand this one. The main character was annoying and whiny and the premise of the storyline was silly.