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Molly Day's life is usually pretty uncomplicated, but after a series of hapless romances, she finds herself being packed off by her employees for some well-deserved vacation time in Vegas. She had planned to soak up the sun, take in some shows, and enjoy being free and single again, but only Molly could end up married to a stranger! 

Anna Garcia has a career and a life plan all set out, which doesn't include meeting Molly. What starts off as dinner results in a night of tequila, great sex, and wedding rings. This is a marriage of inconvenience for both of them, but getting it annulled isn’t quite as simple as Anna thinks. Panicked, she returns to LA, leaving Molly with no way of contacting her, and her only option is to return home and try to forget all about the best mistake of her life. 

So, when Anna turns up at Molly’s coffee shop four months later, Molly is convinced she’s there for a divorce. How wrong could she be? Anna wants to give it a go! Can two people fall in love when they’re already married, or will it just be something that happened in Vegas?

©2020 Claire Stevenson (P)2022 Claire Stevenson

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I So Wish

that the author wouldn't have taken the short cut, cookie cutter, formulaic, ridiculous lack of communication, people being stupid and stubborn breakup. If, like me, you abhor this weak plot device try Gerri Hill whose books sometimes avoid it, and Robin Alexander, who as best as I can remember, hasn't used it at all. Oh, by the way can anyone explain why a second generation Californian émigré from Mexico, (Anna) spoke wit a Texas accent. Otherwise this was a pretty good story about two people coming from different cultures and vocations but still right for each other. I liked this one, but sorry that it wasn't better, which it so easily could have been.