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Bride for a Day (Mass Market)
In a modern love story between two strangers, New York Times bestselling author Carolyn Brown brings small town Texas to life with inimitable sass:
- A young woman with a talent for trouble
- An unplanned elopement leads to forever love
- Irresistible attraction and sizzling chemistry
- Characters that jump off the page
- Hurting hearts are healed
- Authentic Southern voice and setting
Cassie O'Malley is on the run. In a few months her inheritance will kick in. Until then, she just needs a job and a place to stay under the radar. But when Cassie gets off the bus in north Texas and runs smack into the town sheriff, she quickly does the first thing she can think of—approach the handsome stranger on the street and pretend to be a couple. Luckily, the sheriff believes it and the man surprisingly plays along—all the way up to the courthouse, where the officer insists he marry them himself.
Wondering how she got herself into this mess, Cassie can't believe her plan got so far out of hand. Her new husband Ted assures her that his Uncle Ash, a lawyer, will get the whole thing straightened out with no problem. Cassie will only be a bride for a day, and then she can go on her way. But as his family welcomes her with full hearts, she begins to wonder if she'll be able to say goodbye to the first loving family she's known in her life. Not to mention a man like Ted.
Praise for Carolyn Brown:
"Loved it, loved it, loved it!"—JOANNE KENNEDY for One Lucky Cowboy
"A delightful journey of hope and healing."—Woman's World for The Empty Nesters
"Filled with quirky characters and a healthy dose of humor."—Publishers Weekly for One Texas Cowboy Too Many
About the Author
Carolyn Brown is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author with more than sixty books published. She writes bestselling single title cowboy and country music mass market romances, as well as women's fiction. Born in Texas and raised in southern Oklahoma, Carolyn and her husband now make their home in the town of Davis, Oklahoma.