THERE WASN'T A WOMAN ALIVE WHO HAD EVER REJECTED REPORTER RILEY O'NEAL.
All he had to do was smile and flash those dimples. But there was a first time for everything. Riley's first came in the form of waitress Teresa Scott, and what a lovely form she had. It was a ritual. Every morning he ate breakfast at the Rainbow Café, where, along with great coffee, Teresa served up a big "No."
But when a scandalous news story led Riley to discover that Teresa wasn't exactly who he'd thought she wasbut instead was a single mom and a criminalhe hoped that the gorgeous waitress would try to steal his heart.
|Series:||Hot Off the Press , #1424|
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About the Author
Author of more than 100 novels, Gina Wilkins loves exploring complex interpersonal relationships and the universal search for "a safe place to call home." Her books have appeared on numerous bestseller lists, and she was a nominee for a lifetime achievement award from Romantic Times magazine. A lifelong resident of Arkansas, she credits her writing career to a nagging imagination, a book-loving mother, an encouraging husband and three "extraordinary" offspring.