The Unexpected Wedding Guest [NOOK Book]

Overview

THERE'S NOTHING LIKE A WEDDING TO PUT YOU IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE….

Max Trevetti had known Suz Grant for years. He was like a big brother to her. But when he saw her at his sister's wedding, it wasn't brotherly affection he was feeling….

Suz had always had a little crush on her best friend's brother, but she would have been silly to think he actually saw her as more than a pal. So why was Max suddenly acting so ...

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The Unexpected Wedding Guest

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Overview

THERE'S NOTHING LIKE A WEDDING TO PUT YOU IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE….

Max Trevetti had known Suz Grant for years. He was like a big brother to her. But when he saw her at his sister's wedding, it wasn't brotherly affection he was feeling….

Suz had always had a little crush on her best friend's brother, but she would have been silly to think he actually saw her as more than a pal. So why was Max suddenly acting so strange? And when he touched her, was that really electricity she felt?

Could these two friends stop trying to save each other from themselves and admit they'd fallen in love?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459232839
  • Publisher: Silhouette
  • Publication date: 2/15/2012
  • Series: Something Old, Something New..., #1541
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 176,276
  • File size: 725 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    charming old fashioned contemporary romance

    In Tobias, Wisconsin, Max Trevetti gives away his sister Annette in marriage (see THE WEDDING OF THE CENTURY). Max has mixed emotions as he raised his younger sibling following the death of their mother yet knows her husband Steve is perfect for his little Annette. <P>At the gala, Max talks with his sister¿s best friend and former business partner Suz Grant. To his shock, he thinks the little girl is beautiful and when she drives him home as he consumed a bit too much alcohol, he cannot stop himself from kissing her. With their successful business recently sold, Suz plans to stay in town awhile until she decides what she wants to do next. As she begins to help Max with his construction business while he recovers from a broken wrist, he falls in love with her, a feeling she has secretly had for him for years. While Suz must persuade her beloved she is an adult, Max must convince himself that he is good for the woman he loves. <P>The second tale in Patricia McLinn¿s ¿Something Old, Something New¿ is a charming old fashioned contemporary romance that the audience will like because the lead couple are nice everyday people who deserve a loving relationship (like everyone does). Readers will especially be pleased that Max has found love. Several key support players provide the means to understand the motives of the stars, especially that of the male protagonist. Though somewhat simplistic, fans will relax with this warm loving tale. <P>Harriet Klausner

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