Mary Elizabeth Drummond: She's a sheltered "good girl" with a pedigree a mile long.
She's three months pregnant.
She has no intention of marrying the baby's father.
She's lost her credit cards, her driver's license and her money.
She's on her own for the first time in her life.
Then she meets Pete Mitchell--tough, sexy, a confirmed bachelor.
Things are looking up.
She's a sheltered "good girl" with a pedigree a mile long. She's three months pregnant and has no intention of marrying her baby's father. She's lost her credit cares, her drivers' liscense and her money. She's on her own for the first time in her life. Then she meets Pete Mitchell - tough, sexy, a confirmed bachelor. Things are looking up.
Three for the road is about a young girl forced to leave home in her RV. She's pregant and doesn't want to marry the father of the child because she's not in love with him and vice versa. So the books plot thicken when she unexpectantly meets a guy in a biker bar. The story then builds on several mistakes she makes. She loses her wallet and money so this handsome strange she met is forced to help her out. The story goes on to tell about there adventure to florida, where she as set out to live. The story was really good. I never was bored. It just kept getting better. I liked this book a lot. I thought it was a fresh new story line which I found to never be boring or dull. The story had a really good pace. You laugh and cry as you get to know these characters. I liked this book so much I was sad to finish it. Sharon Waverly was a great author. Ive never read any of her books before but hope to in the future. So read this book if you like sweet stories that have action, love and drama in them.
When Mary Elizabeth meets Pete he knows exactly what kind of woman she is-- some kind of stupid for walking into a biker bar and causing a brawl. But somehow, and don't ask him how, he ends up driving her RV to Florida and sharing one of those tiny RV bedrooms with one woman he can't seem to keep his mind off of-- never mind his hands. Add to that the fact that she is three months pregnant with someone else's child and Pete is walking away from this woman. Anyone could see that Mary Elizabeth was nothing but trouble. The only problem, love is most definitely blind...