When it came to romance, city girl Hannah Grant had very specific standards. Her Job- editing love stories- fostered her vision of the ideal mate. He would be aristocratically handsome, intelligent, incredibly sensitive. . . and Then raucous Kansas cowboy Rook McAllister rocked her with a potent does of rude reality. Rock's courtship style was hardly the stuff of Hannah's fantasies. Instead of long-stemmed roses, misty moonlight and tender kisses, he offered twangy country western tunes, dusty pickup trucks and primal passion beneath the golden prairie sunrise. The effect was rarely flawless. . . yet it was alarmingly sensual! But could Hannah trade in her lifelong dream of by the book enchantment for some rough and ready loving?
Used availability for Scotney St. James's The Perfect Lover
February 1990 : UK Paperback
November 1989 : UK Mass Market Paperback