Once upon a time, the town of Holly Springs had its very own tomboy...and a darn fine mechanic to boot. Most people are so used to Hannah Reid's greasy overalls and backward ballcap that they think of their pretty whiz mechanic as "just one of the guys." But all of that will change when Hannah goes on a secret missionone that requires a couple of sinfully short skirts and way more attention than she anticipated....
For sportscaster Dylan Hart, Hannah Reid is just another part of the Holly Springs clan. They've always been pals. That is, until he glimpses the feisty "plain Jane's" hidden feminine side. Now Dylan can't get her out of his head. But when he overhears a suspicious conversation, Dylan decides someone needs to keep an eye on Hannah...and he's just the guy to do it!
|Series:||Brides of Holly Springs , #1029|
|File size:||532 KB|
About the Author
Cathy Gillen Thacker is a popular Harlequin author of over one hundred novels. Married and a mother of three, she and her husband resided in Texas for eighteen years, and now make their home in North Carolina. Her mysteries, romantic comedies, and family stories have made numerous appearances on bestseller lists, but her best reward is knowing one of her books made someone's day a little brighter.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Chicago sportscaster Dylan Hart returns to his hometown Holly Springs, North Carolina to attend his sister¿s wedding. Mechanic Hannah Reid meets Dylan at the Durham airport to drive him to the wedding. Dylan considers Hannah as a tomboy little sister though she thinks he is hot. Still she has never been able to get him to see beyond her greasy garb that she wears as part of her owning and working at a classic car repair shop. However, this time Hannah plans to turn into a girlie girl to get Dylan¿s attention that she is the one for him.---- Dylan loses his job and Hannah is short funds for her renovation project. They agree to help each other, but Dylan never expected 'plain Jane' to be so pretty. Dylan wonders if Hannah could reciprocate his new found love for her.---- The latest Brides of Holly Springs is a solid contemporary romance between two nice lead protagonists. The ¿mystery¿ that Dylan partially overhears between his brother and Hannah seems weak and the ease at which the couple helps the other appears too easily accomplished, yet the star duo and the support cast makes for a fine read.----- Harriet Klausner