CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE BOOK REVIEW- SEE BRIDE RUN BY CHARLOTTE HUGHES

see bride run by charlotte hughes
Book Description
Publication Date: December 21, 2014
Atlanta’s billionaire heiress Annie Hartford has been under her father’s thumb her entire life. At 29, he is now forcing her to marry a man she doesn’t love in front of 600 guests. With only moments to spare, she hijacks the family limo, which breaks down in small town Pinckney, Georgia. Annie, who has never wanted for anything, suddenly finds herself homeless, penniless, and with only the clothes on her back: a designer wedding gown and diamond tiara.
There she meets small town lawyer and restaurant owner Sam Ballard. Unlucky in love, the last thing Sam needs is a red-hot waitress who seems hell-bent on breaking every dish in his Dixieland Café. Still, he can’t very well fire her; she has already won the hearts of everyone in town.

After a lifetime of riches, can Annie find happiness in a garage apartment, second-hand clothes, and making her way around town on a borrowed bicycle? And how can Sam be certain that Annie won’t run home to daddy when her new life presents one obstacle after another?

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I received a copy of this book by the author for an honest review.

SEE BRIDE RUN  is a funny, sexy read. This book had great characters and a well-developed story line. The secondary characters were great in helping the book along. When Annie finds out that the man she is about to marry doesn’t really love her and only wants her money, she does the only thing she can when her father won’t let her call off the marriage. She runs!! She steals her father’s limo and leaves town. The limo breaks down in the town of Pickney.  She meets Sam Ballard and they automatically are at odds. As time goes on they start to care for each other. Will this Bride run again or will she stay? This was such a fun read that it had me laughing. I give SEE BRIDE RUN 5/5 STARS.

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