Georgeanne Howard leaves her fiancÉ at the altar when she realizes she can't marry a man old enough to be her grandfather, no matter how rich he is. Hockey superstar John Kowalsky unknowingly helps her escape, and only when it's too late does he realize that he's absconded with his boss's bride.... show more
Georgeanne Howard leaves her fiancÉ at the altar when she realizes she can't marry a man old enough to be her grandfather, no matter how rich he is. Hockey superstar John Kowalsky unknowingly helps her escape, and only when it's too late does he realize that he's absconded with his boss's bride. This bad boy isn't looking to be anybody's savior but his own. Still, a long night stretches ahead of them—a night too sultry to resist temptation. Seven years later, Georgeanne and John meet again. She is on her way to becoming Seattle's domestic darling and he is past his hellraising days. Shocked to learn that he has a daughter, John's determined to be part of her life. Georgeanne has loved John since the moment she jumped into his car, but will he risk the wrath of his boss, and one final chance at glory, to prove that this time his love will be everlasting?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 1st 1998
Pages no: 375
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Sports And Games
, Sports Romance
Series: Chinooks Hockey Team (#1)
Autor: Rachel GibsonTitel: Liebe, fertig, los!Reihe: Seattle Chinooks (1)Übersetzer: Antje AlthansGenre: LiebesromanVerlag: Goldmann Verlag, [16.10.2012]TB, 448 Seiten, 8,99 €ISBN: 3442479541Kindle-Edition: 443 Seiten, 7,99 €am 13.03.2013 4,99 €ASIN: B00AOLQEBEgelesen [auf dem Kindle Paperwhite] B...
What?! This girl leaves a dude at the altar, has a one night stand, and then gets upset when the one night stand doesn't put a ring on her finger the next day? I hate women that hide a child's existence from their father. Especially when he's not a bad guy, there was no reason to keep this child awa...
3.5 stars. I wouldn't have liked this book as much if I hadn't listened to it. The narrator's Texas drawl for Georgeanne was just great. Also the name Georgeanne rolling off her tongue was great too. This book dawdled a bit for me, but I liked the meet-cute at the beginning. I usually hate "secret...
As always I love Rachel Gibbson books