The Virgin And The Vagabond by Elizabeth Bevarly
AFTER YEARS OF WAITING FOR MR. RIGHT
Hometown girl Kirby Connaught was saving herselfif not for marriage, then at least for the perfect man. Someone who was husband and father material. Someone who was clearly
not the arrogant and sexy, no-strings-attached playboy at her door. So why was she having such a hard time resisting him?
WAS IT OKAY TO SAMPLE A LITTLE OF MR. WRONG?
Globe-trotting bachelor James Nash was the "most desirable man in America," yet suddenly a small corner of it was looking mighty appealing to him. He knew that Kirby really wanted happily-ever-after with a local boybut what was the harm in getting her to expand her territory a little?
BLAME IT ON BOB: The comet passes through only once every fifteen years
but it leaves behind a lifetime of love!