Turn Left At Sanity
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Is He The Only Sane Person In Town? ...Corporate shark Joe Montcrief wastes no time in getting exactly what he wants. And what he wants is to spend one brief night in Beaverton, Idaho, buy up most of the land for a fertilizer plant, and get out. No one warned him that Beaverton is home to a kooky collection of outrageous eccentrics who don't seem to grasp the concept of money, or that his B&B, the Shady Lady, is a former brothel, which now houses retired ladies of the evening. Then there's the proprietor of the B&B, Emmylou Gainor. Pretty, warm, and apparently not deranged, she's a baking, homemaking, small-town girl-the sort of woman Joe would never be attracted to under normal circumstances. But nothing in Beaverton is normal. That must be why Joe's going wildly, passionately out of his mind for Emmylou. The only way to stay sane is to get out of town, before he gives in to total erotic madness...Or Is Normal Highly Overrated? .. Emmylou has always been level-headed. But then, she's never met anybody like Joe. When he's around, Emmylou feels like going deliciously, wickedly insane. Or maybe that old brothel magic is finally starting to work on her. As acting mayor, Emmylou is determined to keep Joe in Beaveton long enough to save her hometown, even if she has to take leave of her senses and drive him completely crazy to do it...Now, in a place that's Mayberry-meets-Bedlam, two people engaged in a battle of wills are about to discover that love isn't always sensible, and desire this strong can take them to a place beyond all reason.
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Giving to Angellc. I think she might like this fun book.