Title: Wife for a Day
Author: Patti Berg
Publisher: AVON Romance
Copyright Date: 1999
Print Date: August 1999
Book Description (from back cover):
Comments:He Wanted Just One Night...
Millionaire rancher Jack Remington hadn't expected trouble when he flew to Palm Beach for his sister's engagement ball. But his girlfriend called it quits and now his sister is anxious to meet the woman who's captured his heart. Then, a beguiling, flame-haired enchantress breezes into his hotel room with a tux and a seductive smile, and Jack's sure his troubles have come to an end. All he has to do is hire the beautiful tailor to be his fiancée — for just one night.
Samantha Jones is sure the sexy cowboy is out of his ever-lovin' mind. She's never been to a ball, never worn a fancy gown, and has no idea how to act like a socialite. She can't possibly pose as his wife-to-be. But trouble's been following Sam for too many months and the money Jack's offering is something she can't refuse. There's only one problem — their pretend kisses make her feel something very real — and there's the possibility that just one night will never be enough.
I picked this up when I was going through my books deciding what to keep and what to get rid of (I'm not sure when or how I got it before that, but I'm sure it was used.)
It wasn't what I expected. I've always thought of romances with white or bright colored covers (especially with the type of artwork on this cover) as the lighter more humurous ones. Now, this wasn't a dark read, but it wasn't a light as I would have thought.
Anyway, I'm not keeping it (I'm pushing myself for this de-cluttering project). But I don't want that to reflect on the book. I enjoyed it.