Cupid Stupid: (Contemporary Western Small Town Romance) (Return To Cupid, Texas Book 1) (English Edition) par Sylvia McDaniel

Cupid Stupid: (Contemporary Western Small Town Romance) (Return To Cupid, Texas Book 1) (English Edition) par Sylvia McDaniel

Titre de livre: Cupid Stupid: (Contemporary Western Small Town Romance) (Return To Cupid, Texas Book 1) (English Edition)

Auteur: Sylvia McDaniel

Broché: 147 pages

Date de sortie: March 23, 2017

Éditeur: Virtual Bookseller, LLC

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Nothing says bad judgement like trying to prove a superstition true…
 
Taylor Braxton, along with a few adventurous girlfriends, decides to test one such superstition on Valentine’s Day – the day Taylor’s ex-fiancé is to be married. A few bottles of wine help lower her inhibition and go a long way to giving her the courage to try to heal her broken heart. After all, Taylor reasons, what is the worst thing that can happen – the superstition of finding her true love might come true?
 
Sheriff Ryan Jones is used to getting calls about the odd dancing around the downtown fountain. When you live in Cupid, Texas, there were always some residents who believed if you dance naked around the fountain, you were guaranteed to find your true love. What he doesn’t expect is to find the lovely, but spirited Taylor Braxton confronting him at midnight – sans clothing. Unfortunately, a long-held promise and his badge stand between him and what he wants – Taylor.
 
Will the Cupid Superstition help Taylor and Ryan overcome the past and take a chance on love again? Or will a promise he made to her best friend, and his career, deflect Cupid’s arrow?