Now Pete is a famous cable news anchor who earned his stripes in war zones, and Brooke watches Pete on the same old TV in the same small town.
Then Aunt Mamie passes away, and everything changes.
When Pete and Brooke set out on a road trip to fulfill Mamie's last wishes, they discover more than tornadoes, Hell's Angels, New Orleans Jazz Funerals, and one unique antebellum mansion. They find they might just be falling in love.
"...wonderfully complex love story. Another jewel from the treasure chest of Kathleen Korbel." ~RT Bookclub
"...one heck of a fun ride with... snappy dialogue that doesn't slow down." ~Rendezvous
KORBEL CLASSICS: HUMOROUS SERIES, in order
The Ice Cream Man
Isn't It Romantic?
A Prince of a Guy
Princess and the Pea
A Fine Madness
ALSO by Eileen Dreyer:
If Looks Could Kill