Completely Smitten: Completely Smitten\Hers for the Weekend

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Harlequin, Feb 22, 2011 - Fiction - 432 pages
32 Reviews
Haley Foster had lived her entire life in a box. Guided by her preacher father and the residents of her tiny hometown as to what to do, what to wear and even who to marry, she'd lost herself along the way. But no more. Now she was going to live on her own terms and do all the things good preachers' daughters didn't do. Starting with Kevin Harmon.

The injured U.S. Marshal needed a ride from Kansas to his home in Texas. Haley had a car. She figured she owed him a favor. And he knew a lot more about being bad than she did. A few days, just the two of them, in her tiny convertible and intimate hotel rooms…It would be fun, it would be passionate, it would be an experience.

At least, that was her plan. He just didn't know it yet.

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Review: Completely Smitten: Completely Smitten\Hers for the Weekend

User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

I really enjoyed the first story. I kept wishing for something to happen between Haley and Kevin. After awhile, I wanted them to wait, which proved what great characters they were. The second story ... Read full review

Review: Completely Smitten (Hometown Heartbreakers #9)

User Review  - Rachael - Goodreads

Haley is so lucky that she gets that man. I wish that I could be with a US Marshal. I only wish that we got more time at the parents house. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Tanya Michaels is a four-time RITA nominee and winner of the Booksellers' Best Bet Award, the Maggie Award of Excellence and a 2012 RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice Award for Best Harlequin American Romance. Tanya has written thirty books for Harlequin and enjoys filling her stories with the elements that are most important in her life: love, family, acceptance and a sense of humor. She is living her happily-ever-after in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and two kids

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