Evening gowns and tuxedos embellish a hall set for romance, so their eyes should’ve met across a crowded room …but the stuffed partridge glued to her shoulder blocked his view.
Pierce Grayson, Engineering Genius, a man who repairs disaster zones as easily as most make a cup of coffee, just destroyed his only shot at True Love.
A string of hopeful Mrs. Graysons (who take the term "chained to my desk" TOO literally), make the billionaire appreciate the intelligent selflessness of gifted muralist Allison Stanford, a woman so loyal, she humbles herself in the World's Most Ridiculous Maid Of Honor Outfit for an impish little sis with an axe to grind.
True Love is off to a good start but when Pierce gambles their relationship to win a bet, he messes up Big Time. He creates the ultimate fantasy apology date: limos, Lear jets & luxury dining, for the one woman he's met whose love can't be bought. He's read Allison ALL wrong!
Arriving flowers in hand, Pierce faces an angry grandmother guarding Allison's threshold (and her heart). He pleads his case, and Mema takes a shine to the lovelorn engineer but decides he needs some educating on women. The feisty granny parlays a brief tutoring session into an extended 5 star French vacation and suddenly the man who helps OTHERS for a living needs aid! Allison trails after her 'helpless' AWOL granny to protect her from whatever scheme Pierce must have in mind, but from the Georgia coast, to the French countryside, the glitter of Dubai, to the exotic streets of Nepal, Mema puppet masters the two young'uns into Happily Ever After before they know what hit them.
(With only minor damage).
If Pierce and Allison were half as smart as everyone thinks they are, they'd just surrender to Mema's will from the start. When they don't, it's a wild ride on the romance train; or, as Mema would say, "trickier’n carvin' a turkey with three dogs underfoot".
Snuggle up and escape the craziness of modern life as you join Pierce and Allison while they navigate the insanity of theirs in this smart, clean, read suitable for all audiences from tweens to twilight years who can tolerate a smooch or two and understand Mema Knows Best.
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