Friday, May 3, 2013

Can't Buy Me Love by Molly O'Keefe

Description from Goodreads:

A girl from the wrong side of the tracks, Tara Jean Sweet knows that opportunity will never knock; she’ll have to seize it. Elderly Texas rancher Lyle Baker has a dying request: He will give Tara Jean a stake in his leather business in exchange for a little family subterfuge. All Tara Jean has to do is play the part of a gold-digging fiancĂ©e to lure Lyle’s estranged children home. The mission is soon accomplished. 
Now Lyle’s gone—and his ridiculously handsome son, Luc, an ice hockey superstar sidelined by injuries, is the new owner of Crooked Creek ranch. He’s also Tara Jean’s boss. But being so close to sinfully sweet Tara Jean does crazy things to Luc’s priorities, like make him want to pry her deepest secrets from those irresistible lips. But when Tara Jean’s past demands a dirty showdown, will Luc stay and fight?

I can't say this was my favorite contemporary romance but it was something to read. The story was kind of interesting, but it didn't suck me in the way Beth Ciotta, Susan Mallery, or Robyn Carr do. There are two more books and I actually didn't feel the absolute need to pick them up and read them. I actually just took them back to the library. The most I can say is it was something to read when I was home sick, a new author to try. 

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