Drew Nolan is the antithesis of everything that Victoria Townsend holds dear. The suntanned Floridian's sickeningly healthy and relaxed view of life contradicts her chain-smoking, business-suited, take out-ordering New York existence in every way. Not that it would matter, of course; except that her boss' idea of looking out for the best interest of his stepdaughter is to banish Vic to the shores of Tampa-St. Pete.
What this public relations siren doesn't know about romance could flood the sandy shores surrounding her. But if six months revamping Drew's ailing business that caters to the romantically impaired is what it takes to get her name engraved on the corner office reserved for Creative Director, she'll figure it out somehow. One crazy wedding at a time.
About the Author
Sandra D. Bricker worked as a personal assistant and publicist to some of daytime television's biggest stars for more than a decade, while living in Los Angeles and writing in every spare moment. When her mother became ill in Florida, Sandra walked away from that segment of her life and moved cross-country to take on a new role, that of caregiver.
With three young adult novellas, five romance novels, and countless articles, short stories, and newspaper columns to her publishing credit, Wish I Weren't Here is Sandra's fourth book.