The Sleepover Clause

The Sleepover Clause

eBook - 2012
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''The Sleepover Clause is a fun, romantic, fast read that will have you turning the pages!'' --Maria Geraci, author of A Girl Like You (Berkley/Penguin USA, 2012)
Beware of sticky divorces, or you could wind up a pawn in the middle. Aubrey Carpenter has no idea that the rustic, man's man mountain cabin she just converted to high Louis XIV style is still owned by her client's estranged husband. And he's not impressed with the results. While his anger subsides, Aubrey skips town, trying to avoid embarrassing her social-climbing mother further. She lands in small town Iowa finishing the interior of the motor coach for her sister's concert tour, to the dismay of the three brothers who run the customization company. Mitch McKenna, in particular, doesn't want a professional interior decorator around, or she might pick up on the underwhelming job he's doing. To stay, she must agree to a lengthy list of ''conditions.'' She retaliates with her own provision: an on-site place to sleep on nights when work runs late. When they fall behind schedule, she invokes the Sleepover Clause, to help her catch up. Underfoot more often, Aubrey discovers what Mitch's brothers have been too blind to see, he'd rather be practicing law. And Mitch wonders why someone who disparages the Midwest at every opportunity would willingly spend the hottest days of summer in the Hawkeye state. When Aubrey's former client, now reunited with her husband, sues, Mitch is forced to team up with his mentor to take her case. But when it becomes apparent that Aubrey can only defend herself by asking her mother for help, she'd rather run away again than have her judgmental mother turn her down. Sensuality Level: Behind Closed Doors
Publisher: [Cincinnati, Ohio] : F+W Media, 2012
ISBN: 9781440556463
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource
Call Number: eBook

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