To love, honor and abduct a beautiful bride
Only from New York Times bestselling author Barbara Dunlop.
"Will you take this woman?" Yes. As a favor to his estranged father, investigator Jackson Rush agrees to kidnap Crista Corday from her high society wedding. His job is to stop her marriage to a con man, not seduce the alluring Crista himself. But two days together, on the run from her fiancé's shady family, obliterate every rule
Crista has no idea of the danger drawing near. Jackson can't reveal it without divulging who really sent him. And that's a risk that could cost him everything unless Crista will put herself under his passionate protection forever.
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The Con gets Conned. Crista Corday is moments away from marrying into one of Chicago society’s finest families. Much of the success of her jewelry design business rests on the family, and she has little of her own, so it seems normal that they make the plans. Taking advantage of the moment the bride is alone on the church steps, Jackson Rush scoops Crista into his arms and drives away with her. That’s the easy part. Persuading her to break the engagement because the family is out for monetary gain – and willing to kill to get it -- takes a little longer. I enjoyed the glimpses of the Chicago area as Crista and Jackson go from strangers, to budding trust, and beyond. Recommended for a summer weekend read.