Spring,1916. Best friends Tulsa May Bruder and Luther Briggs are on a mission. After a very public jilting, everybody is looking at Tulsa May with such sad, sorrowful eyes. Can a pretend romance turn that pity into gossip? The plain preacher’s daughter and the handsome heartthrob with the bad reputation. Would anyone even believe it? Convincing the town requires moonlit walks, stolen kisses and a brassiere used as a fanbelt.
“Pure enjoyment, warm characters, wonderful situations.”RT Magazine
“Morsi’s novel has a strong sense of time and place…rural American in the days of carousels, country dances and the simple pleasures of church and home.”Publishers Weekly
Pamela Morsi is a USAToday Bestselling author with an award-winning career spanning 25 years. She is a two-time recipient of the RITA, the romance genre’s most prestigious award and a member of the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame.