Elusive bachelor Doug reluctantly attends his cousin Lilibeth's weeklong celebration leading up to her nuptials. It is guaranteed to be the social event of the decade, if his scheming Aunt Bette has anything to say about it. He manages to make friends with feisty Rosie, and the two decide to be each other's paramour to keep hopeless matchmaker Aunt Bette from trying to make a love connection for each of them.
What's a dedicated bachelor doing at a week-long society wedding celebration? Doug Llewellyn is being bored out of his skull...until a beautiful, unknown woman calls him "darling," then plants a big wet kiss on him. Suddenly boredom is no longer Doug's problem.
Rosie Kilgannon, she of the big wet kiss, is also a guest at the wedding, and althought she's used Doug as a way to escape an amorous admirer, that kiss was really something else! Why not enjoy each other for the week, no strings attached?
Which might have worked, if not for the weeping bride, the suspiciously shifty groom, the neurotic wedding planner...and the fact that True Love often sneaks up on the unwary and belts them right in the chops!
Another wonderful Michaels romp- this time two marriage-phobic hotties connect at a society wedding as they try to rescue the unhappy bride-to-be.
Laugh out loud funny, warmly sexy story puts Kasey Michaels at the TOP of her game. If you need a "lift", something to remind you that no good deed goes unpunished, definitely put this one at the top of the book list.
This was a surprising, delightful read. I didn't set out to like this book, but it was a pleasant read and I was incredibly entertained.
Nice, light read. Hero and heroine were very likable.
This was a really run read. I've never read anything previously by this author, but I would do so again.
This really funny book takes place at a week long society wedding celebration.
Reminded me a bit of Jennifer Cruisie.
fast read, loved the humor
Very entertaing and a great love story
A good fun read. Rosie is at a wedding and looking for a way out from the "set up" date, when she runs into Doug. From there the sparks fly as the wedding events get stranger and stranger.
Cute Fun Read! Kasey Michaels does it again!
Two dedicated to never marrying people meet during a wacky week of wedding events and re-think their decisions. Quirky humor with a thin plot.
Nice easy read, my first from this author...i enjoyed it.
Forty year old confirmed bachelor Doug Llewellyn has recently become a hermit. The highly regarded Philadelphia based architect is bored especially with the parade of women in his life. He decides perhaps he can recharge his engine if he avoids females for a few weeks though he admits his partner Camerson Pierce seems sappily and happily married to Darcie.
Making matters even more tedious is attending a weeklong celebration of his second cousin Lili-beth's marriage. That ennui ends abruptly when a woman launches herself at him calling him "darling" before giving him the greatest wet kiss of his life. If he had no control and was not in a public bar, Doug might have came in his pants. Apparently a friend of the bride Rosie Kilgannon has used him to elude some male pursuer who will not accept no. Now Rosie and Doug exchange complements about being good kissers as they practice a few more times even as she reminds him to go slow since he is so old.
Leaving for the moment the delightful Regency Beckets of Romney Marsh, Kasey Michaels provides her fans with a fine lighthearted romantic romp. Doug knows he is lucky when Rosie chooses him as her savior from an odious arduous wannabe. The story line never takes itself seriously as love comes around you least expect it.