After two very public broken engagements with two very famous men, Addison Monroe is ready to avoid the spotlight. Read more...
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After two very public broken engagements with two very famous men, Addison Monroe is ready to avoid the spotlight. She decides to put her wedding planning experience to good use by opening a bridal boutique. Setting up shop in small town Kentucky is the perfect way to escape prying eyes and live a quiet, single life.
Investment consultant Reid Greenfield is fed up with weddings--and not his own. He's certain his sister's plan to turn their family farm into a wedding reception venue will lead to bankruptcy. Reid hopes that city girl Addison will be an ally in getting his sister to change her mind before she loses her savings. Instead, Addison adores the idea and jumps on board. It's a risky business--especially once romance gets involved. But sometimes a little risk brings a huge reward...
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-09-23
- Reviewer: Staff
In McLane’s fifth novel set in Cricket Creek, Ky., sparks fly between a city girl and a handsome country boy. Addison Monroe, the daughter of financial guru Melissa Monroe, wants to avoid the paparazzi after her broken engagement in L.A. and decides to visit her cousin in the quaint town of Cricket Creek. There she meets Reid Greenfield, who left his successful financial services business in Lexington to help out on his family farm. After Addison decides to start her own bridal shop and consulting business, she works closely with Reid’s sister, Sara, who wants to use a barn at their farm to host wedding receptions. While the mutual attraction between Reid and Addison ignites the flame of their romance, Reid’s view of Addison as a snobbish, lazy L.A. socialite threatens to derail their budding relationship. Alluring love scenes begin with the simplicity of a kiss in this romantic southern charmer. (Nov.)