In a world full of frogs, Alison Carter is determined to find her prince. Maybe her dating past is more Titanic than Love Boat, but she’s seen enough happy marriages to know that true love is possible. No matter what, she won’t give up on happily-ever-after. If she can’t find Mr. Right, she’ll simply hire someone who can.
SHE JUST DOESN’T KNOW IT YET
When Brandon Scott inherits a successful matchmaking business, he thinks his prayers have been answered. Set up a few lonely ladies, collect the fee, how hard can it be? No one needs to know he’s not really a professional matchmaker-especially not his first client, the beautiful, spirited Alison. Soon he’s falling for her-and her dreams of kids and carpools. But Alison is getting close to figuring out his secret, and if she learns he’s deceived her too, she’ll walk right out the door, taking Brandon’s heart with her.
About the Author
Jane Graves is the author of seventeen contemporary romance novels. She is a seven-time finalist for Romance Writers of America’s Rita Award, the industry’s highest honor, and is the recipient of two National Readers’ Choice Awards, the Booksellers’ Best Award, and the Golden Quill, among others. Jane lives in the Dallas area with her husband of twenty-eight years and a very sweet kitty who kindly keeps her lap warm while she writes.
You can visit Jane’s website at www.janegraves.com , or write to her at email@example.com. She’d love to hear from you!
- Mass Market Paperback: 448 pages
- Publisher: Forever (September 27, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0446568481
- ISBN-13: 978-0446568487
Love the description of the story and the two parts of Plano.
Jane Graves says
Yep, Plano is an interesting place. Actually, I live one suburb south in Richardson, which is sandwiched between Plano and Dallas. Richardson is an exercise in contrasts, too. Ninety different languages are spoken there, so you can imagine the cultural diversity. But it’s also a very family-oriented community. You should see the Flag Day parade in our neighborhood with the kids on their decorated bicycles and parents pulling little red wagons.