Brett Ryerson knows that Julie Merritt, his first love, is planning to marry a real creep. To convince Julie her fiancé, Warren, is the wrong man, Brett “borrows” her for several days. He plans to introduce her to a few key players from Warren’s past—and prove to her she’s making a huge mistake.
Julie, on the other hand, has her own reasons for going along with Brett’s wild plan. Truthfully, she never completely forgot her first love, and the more time they spend together, the closer she is drawn to him.
When danger threatens, Brett realizes he doesn’t want to let her go.
Can this borrowed bride become a permanent wife?
Page Count: 256
Word Count: 68500
Print ISBN: 1-60154-933-4
Julie wasn’t sure she could deal with the mounting wall of revelations. And she didn’t care for Brett’s commanding tone. He sounded just like he must while negotiating a contract.
“My plans can’t wait,” she told him.
“They must.” There was urgency in his voice. He leaned forward, his voice growing deeper. “I’ve taken a couple of days off, and I’m taking you back with me so you can meet these people and learn for yourself what’s going on. Learn about the true character of this guy you’re planning to marry.”
For a moment, Julie stared at Brett. Her heart beat wildly.
“You’re kidnapping me?”
“No. I’m borrowing you.”