What happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas, when one night out turns into a wedding that neither newlywed can remember, from New York Times bestselling author Jaci Burton.
Wedding planner Honor Bellini is in Las Vegas for a work convention when she runs into her sister’s ex-fiancé, Owen Stone, who’s also in town for his craft brewery business. They’re both glad to see a familiar face from home…until a night of drinking leads to waking up in bed together—and a marriage certificate from a wedding that neither of them can recall.
Horrified, Owen suggests an immediate annulment. Honor agrees, but when they spend the day together, their chemistry is overwhelming. Plus, Honor has a flash of memory of their steamy wedding night, and she definitely likes what she remembers. They decide to wait before cancelling the whole marriage thing, though they both head back to Oklahoma determined not to tell anyone at home what happened in Vegas.
The problem is, Honor and Owen can’t seem to stay away from each other—or keep their hands off one another. The longer they keep their secret, the harder it gets to deny how they really feel. Even worse, this huge secret has the potential to hurt someone they both care about. They need to get an annulment before this accidental marriage turns into love.
Burton returns with a happily ever after for the youngest Bellini sister in her third Boots and Bouquets romance (after The Engagement Arrangement). When wedding planner Honor Bellini runs into craft brewery owner Owen Stone the man who left Honor's sister Erin at the altar after an unexpected cancer diagnosis during their respective business trips to Las Vegas, the pair end up imbibing an unwise number of tequila shots and drunkenly tying the knot. The next morning, neither can remember whether or not they had drunken sex, so they decide not to annul the marriage until Honor can be sure she isn't pregnant but resolve to keep it a secret back home in Oklahoma. Though Erin is now happily married to someone else, the reveal would still be supremely awkward, at best. The problem is, Owen and Honor develop real feelings for each other. Unable to stay away from each other, they get caught and all hell breaks loose. No one nails lovable small-town stories like Burton, and her hot hero and spunky heroine easily charm (as does frisky rescue dog Bettie). Readers won't be able to resist this mix of sweet and heat.