Nellie Hughes decides she’s a little bit like Hannah Montana – she wants the best of both worlds. So she sets out to shed her dowdy small town image for the sexy alter ego Elle Hughes and a trip to Vegas. After all, who’s really gonna know what she does in Sin City?
But even with her inhibitions cut loose, Nellie finds it hard to leave her good girl behind, especially with her late Grandmother Tucker’s sensible sayings popping into her subconscious. But when she runs into the gorgeous nightclub owner Jack Darby, she’s ready to quash her inner librarian. He’s everything she could ever dream of in a guy, so she embarks on a five day spree of martinis, limousines, and make-out sessions. No big deal. Except her heart isn’t buying it.
Jack’s life is off-kilter. He’s selling his nightclubs for an impulsive venture into ranching with his father. Nothing feels right to him anymore and he finds little pleasure in things he once loved. But when Nellie enters his nightclub, he knows he’s got to try her on. Something about her pulls him like no other woman before.
From the bright lights of Vegas to the front porches of Oak Stand, Texas, Jack and Nellie must travel the distance, deciding if love based on a lie is worth pursuing.