"Marriage of Inconvenience"
Reviewed by Tonya Callihan
Posted March 8, 2009
Eight years ago Jack Mitchell married Callie Summers,
reason: Callie was underage, her mother was dying and once
her mother died Callie would be given to her father's
parents. Callie didn't want that and neither did her
mother. Jack's sister drowns and he leaves home to become
a doctor and work abroad. Now eight years later he has
returned home for a divorce, a divorce he wants so he can
work in Paris.
Callie Mitchell has made a great life for herself. She
lives with Jack's parents and has started her own floral
business. On the side she buys homes and remodels them to
sale. She has attempted to bring Jack home for years now.
Jack's mother has been having a difficult time lately
dealing with her daughters' death. But Jack is so sure
that everything is just fine at home.
Callie isn't going to let Jack get his divorce and leave
town so easy. She gets a court order stating that they
must attend marriage counseling, only so he can see what is
going on with his parents. And the fact that she is
falling for him again.
The first book I ever read of Abby Gaines was her NASCAR
Fully Engaged. Since then I have been following her
ever since. She knows how to weave a wonderfully romantic
tale together. I love how she can take two different
people from two different worlds and make them fall in
love. At first Jack doesn't even recognize his wife, he
thinks she is someone else when he walks into his florist
shop to purchase flowers for his mother. Of course he
finds her attractive and has to remind himself that he is
still married and has a goal of going to Paris to work.
When Callie realizes that he doesn't recognize her, she's
furious, but she doesn't say hey I'm your wife, remember
me? If you love romance novels with the theme Marriage of
Inconvenience than you have to read THE GROOM CAME BACK from
Typical. It takes Dr. Jack Mitchell eight years to pull
himself away from his terribly important career abroad and
come home for a divorce. And then he doesn't even know who
she is! Sure, Callie Summers—excuse me, Mitchell—was a
gawky schoolgirl when Jack rescued her from a nasty family
situation. But that's no excuse for the man not to
recognize his own wife.
And now the gorgeous
neurosurgeon thinks he's going to hightail it out of
Tennessee with his final decree in hand. Uh-uh. Callie
isn't letting him off quite so easily. Not when she, to
her utter dismay, is finding him so irresistible.
Irresistible enough to get him to tie the knot again?
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