Truly Madly Yours
Where there's a will. . . When pretty hairdresser Delaney Shaw returned home to Truly, Idaho, for the reading of her stepfather's will, she planned on paying her respects and getting out of town. But it seems the will has some unexpected stipulations-like the one that says if Delaney wants her... show more
Where there's a will. . . When pretty hairdresser Delaney Shaw returned home to Truly, Idaho, for the reading of her stepfather's will, she planned on paying her respects and getting out of town. But it seems the will has some unexpected stipulations-like the one that says if Delaney wants her inheritance she needs to stay put and have nothing to so with sexy Nick Allegrezza. . .for an entire year! There's no way Ten years ago, Nick had swept Delaney off her feet and onto his Harley, and that's when she really let her down her Hair! Back then, he was a love-'em-and-leave-'em man, and Delaney learned the hard way that she was just a fling. But Nick is as irresistible as ever. And when the ladies at Tuesday night Bingo see Nick and Delaney making after-hours whoopee through the window of a local beauty parlor, Delaney knows it's time to decide if Nick I truly, madly the man of her heart.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 30th 2013
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Truly, Idaho (#1)
This book is older-- set in the 90s. The outfits were pretty entertaining. I particularly enjoyed Delaney's turtleneck and lime green, leather vest combo. But I think I liked it better for it being older. It is a satisfying romance. I'm not sure how else to explain it. I picked this up because I had...
This gets prize for the worse proofing I can ever remember noting on a professionally published book. In the hundred pages of this contemporary romance I pushed myself to read, I noticed two cases of "too" where it should have been "to," "soul" instead of "sole" a "ly" suffix left off twice. I gues...
Was an okay read. Long and drawn out "come here, go away".... I don't have the patience for it but I wanted to finish the book. also had a hard time with Nick being her stepbrother, pretty much. Ick factor majorly.
This was my first Rachel Gibson book and I thought it was a great read. This was a good book to get lost in. It had the small town vibe I always like to read about. I wanted to smack Nick around for being a bozo, but he redeemed himself in the end. Delaney was great. I liked the fact that she left ...
Summary:Set in small town Truly, Idaho is too small for both Nick Allegrezza and Delaney Shaw! When Delaney moves to Truly with her mom to marry the big man in town Harry who is Nick’s biological father. Harry refuses to recognize Nick as his son but adopts Delaney as his own daughter. Delaney is n...