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The characters are rather interesting, as is the action the local teacher takes to try to capture our bachelor's interest. I don't like the portrayal of the teacher as she comes across as nasty and vindictive (I would have been happier had she been an administrator, since her actions would have been more believeable), but it serves its purpose in creating awkward situations and mortifying instances that move the story along. ( )
  Taleri | Feb 7, 2009 |
This was an ok book, i dont know if ill read another by her tho. Too many details for my liking but i did like the story line, the characters and things like that. Not sure if ill read another. Maybe another time or something :) ( )
  kymmayfield | Sep 1, 2008 |
This is the second book in the Chandler Bros. series. It is much better than the first book, and these characters are more interesting and the heroine is very amusing. Rick is the local cop and Kendall is just" passing"" thru and is stranded in a wedding dress with pink hair. so begins the story of these two. It includes Mother Chandler who is a busy body and manipulator par excellent, trying to get her sons married.
But the repartee between Rick and Kendall is often very funny and makes for pleasant reading.
  echarles18 | Jul 27, 2008 |
Pretty funny story about a Mom who pretends to have heart problems so her 3 sons would marry before she dies! ( )
  liliboisvert22 | Feb 12, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0446610550, Mass Market Paperback)

There isn't a woman in town who's immune to the legendary Chandler charm. Yet so far single cop Rick Chandler has managed to fend off the marriage-minded advances of Yorkshire Falls' entire female population. A past mistake has taught him never to put his heart on the line ... until he answers the SOS of a real-life runaway bride. In spite of her pearly gown and tiara, Kendall Sutton vows to never wed- which makes her the ideal pretend lover who can ward off Rick's legion of admirers. When their passionate charade flames into the real thing, Rick is suddenly thinking about two words that spell forever after. But will Kendall ever say "I do?" Can a woman who's had it with weddings tie the knot with the town's most popular playboy?

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