humorous, Patty Duke-style twin mix-up story, Dallas' top trial
lawyer is engaged to prospective law partner Jenna Taggert. It's a
practical relationship based on common interests. Then, "plain Jane"
school teacher Jessie Taggert does a favor for her glamorous twin
and pretends to be her for a day. When one day turns into all week
and multiple encounters, Mac discovers he's in love with his fiancée's
more traditional sister who wants love, children, and a man who will
put family first.
stunned that she's lost her heart to a man who doesn't share her
priorities and who could alienate her from her family.
Will Mac and
Jessie learn that the love they have for one another is more
important than walking down the aisle for the wrong reason?
Russell spins a heart-warming tale of mistaken identity, character
growth, and discovering that sometimes what you really need isn't at
all what you were looking for."
days and counting . . .
Fairfax travels to the sleepy town of New Haven, Ohio to fulfill the
thirty-day live-in clause of his grandfather’s will. Tanner
intends to sell the house, give the money to charity, and leave.
But the minute he meets Cassie Leighton, the person hired to
do modest repairs on the house, nothing is simple.
Cassie is relentless
in her effort to make Tanner feel that he belongs. Details of his
family’s past tumble from her tempting lips. She makes him want
things he never even knew he wanted.
realize in time that he’s right where he belongs?