She's the perfect daughter . . . almost.
Samantha Reed is willing to settle into marriage as a trophy wife to a wealthy older man -- if it will help her aging father pay off his debts. But not before having her first, last and only fling -- cramming a lifetime's worth of lust into one weekend with the fist available guy she finds. And when her car breaks down near a roadside tavern, she sets her sights on the sexy bartender -- Mac Mackenzie . . . the perfect man for her love-him-and-leave-him fantasy.
Only, it never occurs to Samantha that she might fall in love -- or that Mac might have a few fantasies of his own . . .
This was basically a repackaged Harlequin- thin plot, weak characters, but short enough so it didn't really matter.