Jane (I'm Still Single) Jones (A Romantic Comedy)
What could be worse for Jane Louise Jones, a former high school beauty who never landed the only man she ever loved, than attending her 10-year high school reunion alone? With her high school secret love wooing her, a Hollywood starlet chasing him, and an old boyfriend's plotting, Jane and Morgan Sherwood must fight the desire that smolders between them More
Do you like a Contemporary Romance chock full of Romance and Sex as well as Romance Humor? Jane (I'm Still Single) Jones, a Romantic Comedy by Joan Reeves, has all that and more.
Review: "If you like Sweet Home Alabama, you'll love JANE (I'm Still Single) JONES!"
Jane (I'm Still Single) Jones was named of 5 great Indie Romance Novels by Amy Edelman of Indie Reader.
What could be worse for a former high school beauty queen, who never landed the only man she ever loved, than attending -- alone -- her 10-year high school reunion in her small hometown that teeters on the edge of a time warp?
At least that's how successful textile designer Jane Louise Jones views her situation and her hometown, just south of nowhere in the rolling hills of Louisiana, where a woman is still looked at as a failure if she isn't married. At least, that's what her grandmother and all the other blue-haired women of the Vernon Ladies Bridge Club would have her believe.
Jane is used to dealing with challenges, but she's nervous about the reunion. What if Morgan Sherwood, the town boy-wonder who made good in a big way, shows up? Morgan, once her secret love, was a geeky teen who stole her heart and then broke it before leaving town forever.
Her best friend assures her that Morgan will be a no-show. Isn't it awful when you can't trust your BFF! Morgan arrives with his entourage in a stretch limo, and he's not a geeky kid any more. He's six feet of tanned, rippling muscles, and he plans to focus his high-powered brain and every masculine charm he possesses to seduce the lovely Miss Jones.
With a former classmate intent on claiming the billionaire as husband number four, a Hollywood starlet who shows up to party with him, and an old boyfriend intent on stealing Jane's affection, Morgan has more obstacles than he'd expected.
Throw in the Ladies of the Bridge Club, lots of southern charm, a ten-year old betrayal, and plenty of romantic humor for a heartwarming, romance novel that will leave you with a smile.
Can Jane and Morgan get it right this time? Smoldering desire, thwarted for ten years, explodes into passion. Will it burn away their doubts or turn their love into ashes?
Previously published, this book contains a Linked Table of Contents and these Bonus Features:
5 Novel Excerpts from other Romance Comedy novels by Joan Reeves
Quotation Collection: Small Towns