Release Date: September 13
From USA Today bestselling author Natasha Madison comes a small town, enemies to lovers second chance romance.
Things are supposed to go smoothly on your wedding day.
Did I want to get married today?
It’s hard to say when he proposed in front of over a hundred people.
Everything happened so fast, and I thought it was just nerves.
It was not.
The knock on the door showed me that what I was feeling was more than just cold feet.
I was a runaway bride.
The whole town was busy attending her wedding.
She was the one I let get away when I told her our night together was a mistake and then left town.
So I planned to spend the weekend getting drunk.
When she ran out of the church looking for a hideout, I opened the car door for her.
My cabin has one bed, and my longing looks don’t mix well.
Somehow, I have to keep my heart intact and her reputation together.
Maybe she was just mine to cherish.
Clarabella was already having doubts about her engagement and wedding, but her wedding day would hold a surprise that there is no coming back from. All she wants to do is escape but she never expected that the man who would take her away is the same man who hurt her in the past.
Luke regrets his actions when it comes to Clarabella however, he thought the time has passed to right the wrongs. When fate brings her back into his life the one thing he does know is that he isn’t about to walk away a second time and now he just needs to convince her. Luke is the perfect mix of sweet and swoony and exactly who Clarabella needs in her life as even though the circumstances that brought them together aren’t ideal that doesn’t mean that they don’t belong together.
Humor, heat and all the feels as not only do we get to see Luke and Clarabella’s relationship unfold but we get to catch up with all the other characters we know and love.
When her nose isn’t buried in a book, or her fingers flying across a keyboard writing, she’s in the kitchen creating gourmet meals. You can find her, in four inch heels no less, in the car chauffeuring kids, or possibly with her husband scheduling his business trips. It’s a good thing her characters do what she says, because even her Labrador doesn’t listen to her…
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