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Reviewed by Anne Boiling for Readers' Favorite
Elissa Baker’s hair was a mess and her clothes were streaked with dirt from working in the garden. She had made a quick trip to the store, not taking time to clean up. Her car insurance was due and she needed to buy gas. Three strangers walked up to her and offered her money to go on a blind date.
Elissa showed up for the date dressed to perfection. Gregg Moretti was awe struck. The four men were always playing pranks on each other. Gregg and Elissa agreed to play a little trick of their own. They would go out together for a month to win a $1000.00 bet. He pretended to be in love with her and she agreed to act like a dumpy plain Jane. Only, soon, Gregg could not deny his feelings for her. Can he convince Elissa that he truly loves her? Throw in the mob and murder for an exciting mixture of romance, suspense and humor.
I eagerly turned the pages to see what would happen next between the two great lead characters. The sensual tension between Gregg an Elissa is delicious. Excellent read!