Ain't She Sweet? (Mass Market)

By Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Avon, 9780061032080, 416pp.

Publication Date: January 25, 2005

Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (8/9/2004)
Hardcover (2/17/2004)
Compact Disc (2/17/2004)
MP3 CD (2/17/2004)
Paperback, Large Print, Large Print (2/1/2004)

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Sugar Beth Carey's come back to Parrish, Mississippi, and she'sbrought her reputation for wreaking havoc with her. She's broke,desperate, and too proud to show it, even with her old enemieslining up for a chance to get even. Her former girlfriends havetheir eyebrow pencils sharpened into lethal points. Winnie Davis,her longtime rival, is fully armed with the money, power, andprestige that had once been Sugar Beth's. But worst of all isColin Byrne, the man whose career Sugar Beth had destroyed -- and not exactly accidentally.

Now Colin's a famous novelist living in Sugar Beth's old mansion,and this modern day dark prince is using his writer's imaginationto figure out how to bring the town's beautiful former princessto her knees. But despite her sassy mouth, feisty spirit, andhardheaded ways, Sugar Beth's no longer the spoiled rich girlthey all remember. No, now she's a woman to be reckoned with ...and a great big reckonin' is about to happen, not least of allfor one dark prince who might -- just might -- be thinking aboutfalling in love with the wickedest girl in town.

Ain't She Sweet? A funny, heartwarming, oh-so-spicy story of love, friendship, and the possibility of happily-ever-after.

About the Author

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.

Praise For Ain't She Sweet?

“Susan Elizabeth Phillips writes a story that wraps around your heart and doesn’t let go.”
— Oakland Press

“A considerable talent.”
— Detroit Free Press

“An unforgettable read.”
— Library Journal