When her interior decorating project goes awry in L.A., Aubrey Carpenter "hides out" in the Midwest to finish customizing her sister's motor coach. Mitch McKenna balks at her presence, fearing she'll figure out his heart's not in the job. He's given up sitting for the bar exam to help his brothers get their fledgling motor coach business off the ground--since they sacrificed to get him through school--but he doesn't want them to know how much this decision has cost him. To stay, Aubrey must agree to a list of ridiculous work conditions. Little does she realize the "sleepover clause" on her own list will throw her into the brothers' lives, force her to confront her legal issues, and expose her to the love of a lifetime.
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Leaving behind her highbrow, west coast clientele, Aubrey Carpenter heads to a renovated fire station in small town Iowa. McKenna Custom Coaches is not what she expected – nor is its mechanic, Mitch McKenna. As Aubrey sets out to decorate her sister’s Motor Coach, she is overwhelmed with emotions stemming from a lawsuit, her overbearing mother, and a handsome mechanic, who infuriates her and intrigues her at the same time. The Sleepover Clause is an upbeat story with believable characters, a charming setting, and a compelling plot. You can almost feel the humidity in the Iowa air and the energy between Aubrey and Mitch. Barbara Barrett has written a page-turner!