Call Me Irresistible LP: A Novel

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HarperCollins, Jan 18, 2011 - Fiction - 544 pages
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R.S.V.P. to the most riotous wedding of the year . . .

Lucy Jorik is the daughter of a former United States president.

Meg Koranda is the offspring of legends.

One of them is about to marry Mr. Irresistible—Ted Beaudine—the favorite son of Wynette, Texas. The other is not happy about it and is determined to save her friend from a mess of heartache.

But even though Meg knows that breaking up her best friend's wedding is the right thing to do, no one else seems to agree. Faster than Lucy can say "I don't," Meg becomes the most hated woman in town—a town she's stuck in with a dead car, an empty wallet, and a very angry bridegroom. Broke, stranded, and without her famous parents at her back, Meg is sure she can survive on her own wits. What's the worst that can happen? Lose her heart to the one and only Mr. Irresistible? Not likely. Not likely at all . . .

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Review: Call Me Irresistible (Wynette, Texas #6)

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4 stars. Very enjoyable. I didn't want to stop reading. Fun escape. REVIEWER'S OPINION: The author used a similar plot in several books. Heroine is down on her luck, in an unfriendly place, abandoned ... Read full review

Review: Call Me Irresistible (Wynette, Texas #6)

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I loved this book! The author makes you feel like you are in the main character's world. I have to say that as far as Susan Elizabeth Phillips novels go this is one of my favorites. I highly recommend it. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Susan Elizabeth Phillips soared onto the New York Times bestseller list with Dream a Little Dream. She's the only four-time recipient of the Romance Writers of America's prestigious Favorite Book of the Year Award. A resident of the Chicago suburbs, she is also a hiker, gardener, reader, wife, and mother of two grown sons.

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