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Joan B. (Joan) reviewed Accidental Roommates (Harlequin Love & Laughter, No 29) on
At twenty-eight, getting down and dirty should be real simple -- except if you're a good girl from and excruciatingly small town. Why, Hannah Jansen even lives with her father and helps him run the local hardware store! She's sick to death of being wholesome and dependable.
When her hotel mixes up her reservations and puts her in the same room as sexy rancher Holt Janson, Hannah considers her options. Here she is footloose and fancy-free in the big city. And fate has given her and honest-to-goodness sex symbol for a roommate. Thank you!
Except, Holt decides to be responsible and not seduce her. Great, just great.
There was only one answer. Hannah Jansen needed to become a bad girl...
When Minnesota lingerie designer Hannah Jansen and Montana rancher Holt Janson end up double-booked into the same Chicago hotel room?with no other rooms available?they have no choice but to make the best of an awkward situation and try to keep out of each other's way. Naturally, things don't work out quite as they expected, and the results are truly funny, sometimes surprising, and very sexy. A swift-moving, exceptionally well-done romp that is highly reminiscent of an old Doris Day romantic comedy and would, incidentally, make a great film.
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