Kick off your shoes and fall in love in Barefoot Bay! Destination wedding planner Gussie McBain needs a man - specifically, a wedding photographer. Just her luck that the shutterbug she runs into is more used to snapping pictures of glamorous models in couture gowns than brides in white lace. But Gussie's never been one to let bad odds stop her from a good gamble, so she asks for a favor she never dreams superstar TJ DeMille will actually grant. Tom DeMille lives his life exactly as he pleases - always alone. In fact, he's got that motto tattooed in Greek on his arm. But when Tom is suddenly saddled with guardianship of his 12-year-old niece, he'll lose more than his freedom if he can't figure out how to take care of her. Then an alluring young woman with pink hair and a sassy mouth shows up at his door, and he agrees to do the unthinkable - photograph a wedding in exchange for some help with his niece. As they work together, Tom begins to take down the walls Gussie has erected around herself to discover a truly beautiful and tender woman he knows he could love. But will his own heartache and refusal to lay down roots prevent him from giving Gussie the family life she craves.... or could she be the one woman who can finally break his vow of solitude?
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Wonderful Story with so much Depth!
- Sue P.
Skip the audio version and read it
At the bottom of my list . . . actually I'm trying to return it for a refund because the narration made me want to throw my iPod across the room.
I love this book and was excited about listening to it until I heard about five minutes of the narrator. The story is terrific and as delightful as all of Roxanne's other books.
No, I will steer clear of her. It was like listening to baby talk, everyone sounded stupid. Slow, nasal, and she made the strong female lead sound like a thirteen year old drama queen.
This is an audio book I want a refund for.
I'm sure Jessica Almesy is a lovely person and provides good narration for the right books, this just wasn't a book she should have been hired for.