“The day before your wedding, expect a few mix-ups…” In the spirit of Match Me If You Can and other great comedies by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, HUSTLED TO THE ALTAR offers a witty, face-paced story about likable people tripping into love despite their best-laid plans. With a not so tidy past tucked behind her, Renny O’Laughlin thinks marriage to a steady man will make an honest woman of her. To that end, the last thing she wants on the day before her wedding is to see her eccentric ex-boyfriend—the one with more dollars than sense who provokes the thrill-seeker inside her. But she works for his Gran and has just learned the senior was duped by a professional swindler. Renny has to tell Con what happened before she marries another man and leaves forever. Games-inventor Conroy Burke won’t buckle to convention, especially marriage. He’s crazy about Renny though. She's the only woman able to keep up with him. When she explains how his Gran was tricked, Con sees an opportunity to convince his wildcard she doesn't really want to settle down. Brimming with snappy come-backs and sexy love scenes, HUSTLED TO THE ALTAR is a shell-game of playful plot twists from first page to last.
Dani Collins is a debut author with a mission to deliver romance to readers.
Before making her first sale to Harlequin Mills & Boon in 2012, Dani spent two decades writing and submitting to every publisher with a transom while holding down a day job and raising a family with her high school sweet heart. A high energy writer with an addiction to coffee and Smarties, Dani decided to become an overnight success by going to contract on an epic fantasy romance with epublisher Champagne Books five weeks after her first sale. For good measure, she chose to indie-publish her contemporary romance, Hustled To The Altar that same year.
Romantic Times readers will recognize Hustled To The Altar from the American Title competition. New readers will quickly realize that while her stories span very different genres, she always delivers intensely alpha-male heroes squaring off with spirited heroines capable of a snappy comeback.
When Dani isn't writing, she attempts to garden. Her success with plants can be summed up by her husband's, "Are you finished extracting information from this thing?" He gave her a whiteboard for her birthday, not flowers, and she loves it.
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