Something Borrowed by Louisa George
Fans of Sarah Morgan and Jill Mansell will love this uplifting and heartwarming novel!
She’s the jilted bridezilla. He’s the commitment-phobe best man. Can they work together for the sake of their businesses? Or should they avoid each other for the sake of their sanity?
Chloe Cassidy has fallen out of love with love. Which, for a wedding planner, is a highly inconvenient turn of events. When her longtime sweetheart jilts her at the altar Chloe's belief in happy-ever-after disappears along with her groom. But this attitude has her business suffering as much as she is. In a final attempt to save 'Something Borrowed', Chloe is forced to swallow her pride and work with the enemy- infuriatingly hot, best man, and award-winning chef Vaughn.
Vaughn's own attitude--he calls it spontaneous, his staff call it temperamental--has him in a spot of trouble. Captivating Chloe's admin prowess is just what his restaurant needs, if only she didn’t push his avoid-at-all-costs buttons. But as they spend time together, they soon find the flames that ignite between them have nothing to do with their past, and everything to do with something new… romance.
Don't miss this first in series enemies to lovers romance featuring one sizzling chef, one spicy heroine and a whole lot of tasty trouble! Love and laughter guaranteed!
**WINNER of the Single title category of the Holt Medallion Contest 2017**
Reviews for Something Borrowed:
'You'll be seriously hooked into the laugh out loud antics of the endearing heroine Chloe and swoon over the solid, deliciousness of the hero...'
'This story was wonderfully written. The author had my attention with every word.. I couldn't put it down. I laughed, I cried and I laughed some more...'
Also in series:
Something About You
Something Beginning With Mistletoe
Other books by Louisa George:
Healing Hearts Medical Romance series:
Still The One
One More Time
No One But You
The Two Lives of Charlotte Evans
The Summer of Lost and Found
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