In a book where Posh Princess meets Plumber Plastic, June Kramin writes a romantic comedy which is pure gold. MONEY DIDN’T BUY HER LOVE is the first book I have read by June Kramin and if the rest of her books are this good, there is a good chance I’ll be reading more.

Trying to get his bearings on an unfamiliar street and not paying attention, Jeremy slams his brakes to avoid hitting the most beautiful bride he has ever seen. When Danielle climbs in his truck, he assumes she’s in a hurry to get to her wedding; he didn’t realize she was escaping one. He agrees to let her return to his apartment so she can call for help, only she refuses to leave.

As the days pass, Jeremy finds it harder to fight off her passes and claims of falling in love with him. Besides having almost ten years on her, Jeremy discovers the family secret she had been trying to hide. How could the daughter of a billionaire settle for a plumber living paycheck to paycheck?

Despite every tactic her father throws at her and an ex-fiancé who refuses to let her go, Dani stakes her claim to the only thing she has ever truly wanted in her life and fights to make Jeremy hers.

The story doesn’t stop from the very first page when Jeremy nearly runs runaway bride, Danielle, over as she is escaping from her wedding. She hops in to his truck and the rest as they say, is history.

…if the rest of her books are this good, there is a good chance I’ll be reading more.

Offering her sanctuary in his apartment while she figures out her future ends up being either Jeremy’s best decision of his life or his worst. As they navigate the day-to-day life of “rich man, poor man” drama ensues. Jeremy is Dani’s billionaire father’s worst nightmare as his plans to use his daughter’s marriage as a business merger between two rich families. Chaos ensues.

The comedy and romance begin and the drunken escapades of Dani make it seem more like an I Love Lucy segment than real life. It is a fairytale. The writing is great. There were a number of grammatical errors, but not enough to detract from the story. The characters were quite likable. MONEY DIDN’T BUY HER LOVE is not for the faint of heart as it does contain its share of cuss words. I am giving MONEY DIDN’T BUY HER LOVE five stars. It was enjoyable and while some scenes (there are some serious ones) will grab at your heart, most of the book will keep you laughing.

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Donna McBroom-Theriot
Writer. Book Reviewer. Southern Lady. Connoisseur of Chocolate. My Life is like an episode of "I love Lucy!" I'm a writer, book reviewer, and a Southern Lady who loves her Sweet Tea. My blog, My Life. One Story at a Time. is where I've been writing short stories since 2009. As luck would have it, the very first short story I wrote was published within months of my writing it. This quote pretty much sums me up: "Deep in my heart, I know there’s no promise I’ll be free from trouble in this life. In fact, I’m usually either getting out of trouble, currently in trouble, or about to meet trouble around the next corner." Well, you know that old saying, "The road to Hell is paved with good intentions" - that road is usually the one I'm on! And, as much I used to mock (we all grow up eventually) the Cajun dialect, 15 years ago, I found myself marrying the sweetest Cajun boy - complete with the requisite white trawl boots and a trawl boat. I love writing stories about the South and life with our two German Shepherds, and the four kids who meander in and out of our lives as they live their own journeys. Most days you'll find me out on the front porch swing, with the dogs at my feet, a tall glass of sweet iced tea close by, and a good book. It's what life in the South is all about. - See more at: