To Have and to Harley|Regina Cole
To Have and to Harley
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You may now kiss the biker
Bethany Jernigan owes her bestie. Big time. So when wedding planning overburdens the bride-to-be, Bethany steps in to handle the nitty-gritty. But the guy in charge isn't anything like she imagined. He's gruff, tattooed, and 100% male. His staff is even rougher around the edges, and it's not long before she feels as if she's stepped into some kind of crazy alternate reality.

Are those...bikers? Arguing about wedding favors?

Trey Harding never wanted this to get so out of hand. One little lie somehow snowballed into a world of dresses and flowers and food and holy-hell-he's-in-over-his-head. But it's not like he can confess he's not the wedding planner he's pretending to be--especially now that he's falling for the maid of honor His charade is becoming a farce, and as engines rev and ribbons fly, Trey's running out of time to figure out how to tell the truth without losing his new family, his crew...or the woman of his dreams.

Bikers & Brides Series:
To Have and to Harley (Book 1)

What People Are Saying About Regina Cole:
"Hits the mark...joyful, feel-good romance."--RT Book Reviews for Sex Becomes Her, 4 1/2 Stars
"Cole sizzles...sweet and red-hot."--Publishers Weekly for Sex Becomes Her
"Will keep you turning the pages."--Night Owl Reviews for Sex Becomes Her, 4 Stars

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  • ISBN-13: 9781492667957
  • ISBN-10: 1492667951
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
  • Publish Date: August 2018
  • Dimensions: 7.1 x 4.2 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds
  • Page Count: 384

Romance: Start your engines

A motorcycle club finds a new calling in To Have and to Harley by Regina Cole. Trey Harding always believed he’d been abandoned as a baby. Raised in foster care, he managed to find a surrogate family with the Iron Shadows biker gang. But his life takes an unexpected turn when his biological mother tracks him down and tells him that he was kidnapped, not abandoned, and that she’s been looking for him ever since. Scrambling to conceal his lifestyle, Trey tells his mother that he’s a wedding planner and ends up being drafted into planning his newfound sister’s upcoming nuptials with maid of honor Bethany Jernigan. The other bikers are soon drawn into the preparations, and it’s highly entertaining to watch them try to recommend menus, favors and a bridal wardrobe. Bethany finds a true protector in Trey as she grapples with her own family issues, which adds a tender note to this sexy and sweetly funny romantic comedy.

Readers love a second-chance romance, and Helena Hunting’s The Good Luck Charm delivers delightfully on its tried-and-tested premise. Professional hockey hopeful Ethan Kase broke up with his best friend and high school sweetheart, Lilah Smith, because he was convinced that she would be held back by his high-profile sports career. Now she’s a nurse at the local hospital, and he’s returned to their hometown after being traded to a new team. Sparks fly between them once more, but the heat doesn’t evaporate Lilah’s distrust of the man who broke her heart. As they tentatively explore a new relationship, the more mature pair finds themselves looking at the past with clearer eyes. They’re more honest about what they want for the future, too, even as conflicts concerning the balance of love and livelihoods arise. Hockey talk, more than one steamy scene, and a hero and heroine who have a genuine respect as well as a fiery passion for each other make this romance an all-around winner.

A journey to the Scottish Highlands provides the backdrop for The Duke Buys a Bride by Sophie Jordan. While traveling to a newly inherited property, Marcus Weatherton comes upon a wife auction. Appalled by the practice and by the ugly fate that appears in store for the bride on offer, he pays for her, then assures her that she can be the housekeeper at his far-off estate. Alyse Bell is out of options but not without hope. She leaves her small village with the stranger, certain she can survive this calamity as she has so many others. Along the way, the pair forges an unlikely friendship and tries to ignore their wild attraction. As he comes to admire the intriguing Alyse, Marcus learns more about himself and what he wants from life. A road romance is all about putting two seemingly disparate people together—the fun is in their discovering that they are not so different after all. Readers will root for Marcus and Alyse to reach their destination and their true hearts’ desires.


ALSO IN BOOKPAGE: Read our Q&A with Sophie Jordan about The Duke Buys a Bride.

This article was originally published in the August 2018 issue of BookPage. Download the entire issue for the Kindle or Nook.