Though B.J. Fairmont clashed constantly with her high school sweetheart, she hasn't stopped thinking about Flynn MacIntire for 20 years. Now Flynn's back, and B.J. can hardly bear his presence. But as the only doctor in town, B.J. turns her attention to healing the slightly wounded war hero so that Flynn can return to the army. Despite quirky and likable characters, Dianne Castell's A Fabulous Husband (2) suffers from awkward dialogue and an overdose of timeworn plot devices. The outrageous plan gone wrong, followed by the marriage of convenience, followed by the last-minute miracle are all a bit much for one book.
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Madaleine Laird