Thanks to her mother, who raised hell, and her father, who preached against it, Delilah Montague has a body to die and a work ethic that won't quit. In a well-manicured snap, she's gone from shampoo girl to director of Houston's most exclusive spa. But this self-made woman is about to come undone, because trouble moved in next door. Benjamin Huntington III is her new neighbor. His home renovations and opera CDs are wrecking her sleep. Always in control, Delilah doesn't believe in that messy thing called love. But when an unexpected bundle of joy arrives on her doorstep, Delilah is forced to admit she needs some neighborly help--and possibly an arrow from Cupid.
Banks again wields her magic pen, transforming bad girl Delilah and handsome hero Ben into fully realized characters, with hopes, dreams and histories that have made them who they are.
Years ago, Delilah's evangelist father branded both her and her mother sinners. Delilah uses her racy reputation to keep men, and love, away. But when Ben moves into the condo next door, and someone leaves a baby in Delilah's care, her safe but isolated world is shaken to the core.
"Sassy, snappy, sexy fun!" - Susan Anderson author of Getting Lucky
Banks writes another hot book -- page turner couldn't put in done untit the end
loved it from start to finish
A good book overflowing with characters. My first by this author and I would read another. I wish Sara and Paul's story had been given more time, what an interesting pairing!
This book is a part of a cute series about siblings (three sisters and a brother).
Leanne Banks comes thru with another great set of characters and a quirky story line.
This is a really cute story - enjoyable, humorous and fantastic characters.
This is the third book by Banks I've read. I think shes great and so are her books.
A little disappointed with this one. Dee had an interesting history and I wished Banks spent more time developing these characters like she did in the first book. Here it was just an endless back and forth of Dee being bitchy and resisting while Benjamin who is "perfect" pursues. Also it appears Banks have a fascination with deflowering virgins.
It was still a decent read, although Dee's attitude towards Benjamin could get old. Just wanted less cookie cutter characters.