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Contemporary
Least Likely Wedding
By Brooke Wills
May 15, 2005 - 12:00:00 PM

This could be filmmaker Kay Aaronson's big break.  All she has to do is deliver the 1899 wedding scene to her producer in New York, and if he loves it, the jobs could begin rolling in.  Which would be a very good thing since she has recently broken her engagement and given up her NYC apartment to her ex- fiancĂ©.  Hmm...she guesses she needs to do something about living arrangements as soon as she gets back from the quiet Wisconsin town where she has been shooting.  But for now she has a bigger problem at hand.  The actor playing the leading role has just stalked off the set.  Kay needs a groom and fast!


Rob Dalton always knew he wanted to be a financial analyst, and he is good at it.  He has recently taken a leave of absence from his position at the high profile Chicago firm and returned to his hometown of Tobias, Wisconsin.  He has some hard decisions to make; ones that could trigger some serious financial ramifications for a lot of innocent people.  The last thing he needs now is an entanglement with a woman who has no clue about responsibility and commitment!  But when he gets coerced into playing her stand-in groom, and rehearses a kissing scene with her, Rob knows that he is going to have a very hard time staying away from Kay Aaronson.  When he volunteers to show her the town where he grew up and still loves today, Rob sees a whole new side of Kay - one that troubles him even more than the flighty, sexy one.

                     

LEAST LIKELY WEDDING is a fun book about two people who are afraid to make commitments, but for two completely different reasons.  Patricia McLinn has created loveable characters, both in the leading roles as well as the supporting ones, that make this Silhouette Special Edition a delight to read.  Definitely be sure to include it on your "must read" list.

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