Seascapes and Vegas Mistakes
Seascapes and Vegas Mistakes by Kay Lyons Book Summary
When a Las Vegas prank turns into an accidental and very legal marriage, Isabel Shipley is dead set on getting a discreet and hasty divorce. The last thing the struggling artist wants is to admit to her family she's screwed up—again—but Everett Drake's desire to give their marriage a chance proves hard to resist.
Billionaire Everett Drake is as surprised as Isabel to find himself married to a virtual stranger. But what's done is done and arranged marriages have succeeded with less than the chemistry he and Isabel share..Isabel checks all the boxes—minus her determination to divorce.
Can two people from two very different worlds find the common ground that will make a marriage work—or will they have to admit defeat and end their Vegas mistake?
Carolina Cove Series:
Seascapes and Vegas Mistakes
Seashells and Wedding Bells
Sea Glass and Second Chances
Other books set in Carolina Cove:
Seaside Sisters Series:
The Last Goodbye
Lattes and Lullabyes
Map of Dreams
Worth the Risk
Lost Love Found
Make Me A Match series:
Rules of Engagement
The Matchmaker’s Secret
By the Book
Seascapes and Vegas Mistakes by Kay Lyons Book Reviews
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I really love this
This book is nothing wow it’s an ok read … you Dont feel any heat or passion between them. I just felt it had a lot more potential.
This was one very good read. Couldn’t put it down once I started.
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Brian Gerald MacKay-Lyons (born 26 August 1954) is a Canadian architect best known for his designs for houses on the coast of his native Nova Scotia, and his use of Atlantic Canadian vernacular materials and construction techniques. His life in Arcadia, its history, culture, landscape and architecture have been hugely influential to MacKay-Lyons. He is a founding partner of MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects, and a professor of at the Dalhousie University School of Architecture in Halifax. In 1994 he founded the Ghost Laboratory, a summer educational design-build on his family farm in Upper Kingsburg, Nova Scotia, in efforts to remedy the disconnect between theory in practice in architectural education. His designs recognize the importance of context to a place, emphasize the landscape, and seek to unite traditional and contemporary building practices. Early life and education MacKay-Lyons was born of part-Acadian heritage in Arcadia, a small river village of about four hundred ....