Planning a wedding is hectic. Now imagine being the sister of the bride in a family where chaos is key and love rules the day. The bride has ideas about how she wants it done, usually in direct contrast to her mother, who is an organization freak. The other sister is married already. With all the love around Reese Brock finds herself out of place. Until she learns that the best man is Brian Doren, a man she shared a hot, passion filled kiss with two years ago.
Reese is smart, sassy and cool, but her luck is just plain bad. It seems when she needs to be on top of her game especially around Brian something embarrassing happens. And with her Ph.D. work to do, ghostwriting a book for her Professor, and fending off the advances of the man who shares her office, she is swamped.
Brian remembers the New Year’s kiss he shared with Reese. He feels the connection between them pulling at him, but he also has an ex-fiancée from an eight-year relationship who wants him back. Misunderstandings seem to keep them one step forward, two steps back.
BLUSHING PINK is a fast paced, witty read that really touches all women. Whether married or single, Jill Winters will entertain you with her vivid descriptions and clever dialogue. I thoroughly enjoyed the story. Every time Reese and Brian got together the pages burned with passion and electricity. BLUSHING PINK is definitely worth the time!
Michelle Libby, July 2003
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