This book was really good! Really Light and very enjoyable I finished it in 2 sittings!
A real working woman with class, money and brains. (Unlike me she has money though). Good Book!
A great Christian romance. Georgette is rich and attractive...she wants to do something on her own, so she applies for a job as a mechanic...and she's good at it! But the owner of Bob & Bart's Auto Repair is trying not to mix business & pleasure...
heartwarming inspirational romance
Clever book about the beautiful rich girl and the owner/mechanic. Fun read.
I really like this series but this book was one I wanted to get through fast! This reminded me of Billy Joel's song and video about a mechanic and a rich girl but it has such a twist that I think you will enjoy it!
A Mechanic in Three-Inch Heels. With long blond hair and painted red nails, beautiful Georgette Ecklington didn't look like a mechanic. But the lasest hire at Bob and Bart's Auto Repair could recognize a faulty coil in no time -- and fix it just as fast.
Only problem was the Bob Delanio was attracted to his new employee. Luckily, he knew business and pleasure didn't mix. Besides, after meeting her wealthy, controlling father, Bob realized he and Georgette came from opposite worlds.
It was up to Georgette to show her handsome boss a downtown man should take a risk on an uptown girl....
Looks aren't everything. A rich, beautiful woman becomes a small town mechanic in this romance novel. She's totally helpless, which goes against most of what we know about rich people: they have money because they can do things (or sell things) better than others. However, she is a decent accountant and mechanic and she slowly falls for her employer, Bob. There's some witty dialogue between Bob and Georgette concerning food and fixing up a home. The moral of the story is don't judge by appearances.