Jul 202021
 

The Rebound (Looking to Score Book 4) by Kendall Ryan

The last thing my newly single—and pregnant—neighbor Kinley needs is a fling. So, I make it my job to protect her from guys like me.

Which is the perfect distraction, because I’m suddenly in a whole bunch of hot water.

My coach hates me. And with our team captain now watching my every move, I need to start taking things more seriously.

Forced to walk the straight and narrow or face serious consequences, I’m willing to try something new—being a good guy. But the part of this that’s not an act? Helping out Kinley.

There’s just one problem. The girl I’m falling for? She’s the team captain’s sister.

Kinley is funny and sweet and she’s . . . um, very pregnant.

And even though my spot on this team depends on it . . . I can’t let her go.

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Jul 152021
 

My Confession (A Sinfully Unrequited Series Book 1) by Alexia Chase

Five friends–five ultimate fantasy boxes

Vivian discovers that her new neighbor is her ex-best friend. The best friend she was in love with–until he turned into a jerk.

Now he’s her mortal enemy.

But damn it, why does Jett look so good in grey sweatpants? And where is his shirt?

More importantly, what are all those women doing coming in and out of his place at all hours of the day?

Everything goes up in flames the second Vivian’s package gets delivered to the wrong address.

What’s a guy to do when he opens a priest and prostitute role-play kit with all the goodies?

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Jul 152021
 

Dashing Mr. Snow by Jaci Burton

Christmas isn’t Claire Asher’s favorite season. But she endures it for her teenage daughter. When Sullivan Snow moves in next door with his teen daughter, all holiday breaks loose. Suddenly there are twinkling lights and blow up decorations littering the yard, and when the two girls become friends, all kinds of nauseating jolly ensues thanks to her annoying but oh-so-good-looking new neighbor. It isn’t long before Sullivan is dragging her along tree shopping, gift buying, and making her feel things she hasn’t felt in a very long time.

Sullivan doesn’t get why anyone wouldn’t love Christmas. Claire is as grumpy as a Grinch, but also smart and beautiful and funny. He intends to show her what the season is all about—with some holiday spirit, warm nights in front of the fire, a lot of steamy cuddling, and the magic of falling in love.

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Jul 062021
 

The Grumpy Player Next Door (Copper Valley Fireballs #3) by Pippa Grant

I, Tillie Jean Rock, am not in love with my brother’s teammate. Sure, he might have those biceps and that “I am the grouchiest of grouchy bears” smolder, and he might shovel snow off his driveway next door wearing nothing but boxer shorts and rubber boots, and he might be running a side business feeding all the stray goats in town, but studliness is only skin-deep.

And I might flirt with him every chance I get, but I swear it’s only to annoy my brother.

And him.

Because Max Cole?

Under all of those glorious muscles and chiseled cheekbones and searing glares beats the heart of a heartless devil.
I could no sooner fall in love with a guy who treats me like a kid, and judges me at every opportunity, and sets an army of garden gnomes loose on my yard, than I could fall in love with my grandfather’s pet parrot.

But I can definitely annoy him. I can one hundred percent get on board with annoying him.

That’s what you do when you don’t like your neighbor, right?

But you know what they say about love and hate…

It’s a very thin line.

Especially when the real reason I’m not in love with Max Cole—that he’s incapable of love—might not be true at all.

The Grumpy Player Next door is a fun-filled enemies-to-lovers romcom featuring a ray of sunshine on a mission, an athlete who’s only grouchy around her, and an epic prank gone wrong. It stands alone and comes complete with small-town shenanigans, a goat who’s not nearly as wise as his name suggests, and proof that sometimes, love is the best kind of vengeance.

Excerpt The Grumpy Player Next Door by Pippa Grant

There’s a fine art to revenge, and today, I am arting the hell out of it. I’m talking cackles of glee, evil cartoon overlord-style, rubbing my hands together while bouncing on my toes. Reminding myself to shut up because my brother will be home from his morning workout any minute now, and I don’t want to tip my hand when he doesn’t know I’m waiting for him here in his house up on the mountainside.
You would think he would’ve learned to engage his security system more often by now.
But he hasn’t, which means I’m here, armed and dangerous and ready, and I’m cackling with glee all over again.
I know, I know. Is this really how you want to pay him back for having a box labeled “dildos” delivered to you at your parents’ house in the midst of all the pre-wedding activities for your other brother last week?
Yes, actually.
Yes, it is.
It’s payback time.
Also?
I have zero doubt Cooper will have mad respect that I’m doing this.
Sort of like while I was pissed when he replaced my coffee beans with roasted goat poop before he left for spring training nine months ago, I very much respected that he pulled it off, even if I wasn’t pleased at having to admit that that was the prank that took him over the top to win in our annual off-season prank war.
But this winter?
This winter, my brother Cooper “Stinky Booty” Rock is going down.
The universe told me so. Why else would it have hand-delivered that video into my social media stream to inspire me right after I finished figuring out where to donate an unopened box of dildos?
I cackle again.
And then I slap my hand over my mouth.
He’s home.
There’s his dark head, bent toward the knob, beyond the tempered glass panel beside his front door. He’s dressed in Fireballs red, which is more orange than it is red, and he’s probably worn out from lifting at the gym.
Yesterday was cardio day.
I know, because he ran past Crusty Nut, our dad’s restaurant where I’m the manager five days a week, at least two dozen times without stopping in once to say hi.
I haven’t seen him since the wedding several days ago, which either means he’s avoiding me and the revenge he knows I owe him, or he has a stick up his butt and has forgotten the little people.
Or, possibly, he’s distracted, in which case, he needs this.
I squat into position at the top of the stairs, as hidden as I can be while still seeing my target, Nerf blaster locked and loaded, waiting while he fumbles with his keys.
For the record?
It’s not easy to hide at the top of a curved staircase. I’m on my belly now, half-angled behind the wall of the hallway to his guest bedrooms, peering between the slats of the banister, hoping all my target practice pays off.
Steady, TJ. This is what you trained for.
The lock clicks.
I flatten myself lower and take aim.
The door swings open.
Dark hair in the foyer. Go go go.
I squeeze the trigger, sending a rapid blast of modified foam darts at the six balloons floating in the space above the door.
The needle sticking out barely an eighth of an inch in the tip of the first dart connects. One helium balloon pops. Then two more, followed by the fourth and fifth. The sixth shifts after getting hit, like it’s a tough guy balloon. It’s the ninja of balloons, and it doesn’t want to participate in my dastardly plans today, but that’s okay. The other balloons are bursting in a sparkly, shiny, beautiful pink glitter spray that’s splattering on the walls, exploding from its nylon shell and raining down like a spring shower, coating the walls, making the air sparkle, and dusting all that dark hair as Cooper’s lifting his head. “What the—”
And in the span of a heartbeat, before he can finish that sentence, I realize my mistake.
My terrible, horrible, very bad miscalculation.
If I were a superhero, I’d be sucking all that glitter into my lungs and redirecting it into my brother’s bedroom, which is likely what I should’ve done in the first place—hindsight, right?—but I didn’t. This was so much more dramatic and didn’t risk me having to find out which local he’s screwing around with in his spare time, as she’d be coated in glitter too after rolling around in his sheets, except my prank has failed.
It has failed spectacularly.
“Oh my god,” I gasp.
That’s not Cooper.
That is so not Cooper.

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Jun 182021
 

My Enemy Next Door by Whitney G. & Nicole London

“Give it to me harder.” “Ohhhhh, yes, Baby!” “I’m about to come…”

No, these aren’t the lines from a porno script. These are the loud moans that are currently coming through my neighbor’s wall. (I’ve even heard her say “Oh Daddyyyy!” a time or two, but no judgement.)

Since moving to New York and taking a job at a new firm, I haven’t had a good night’s sleep thanks to my neighbor’s “sexcapades.”

What the hell is she doing over there?

If that wasn’t bad enough, the woman I’ve always wanted in college also works at this firm, but she makes my days difficult since she still considers me to be an “enemy” and refuses to talk to me.

It’s not until I confront my neighbor about her moans that I realize that they’re the same person.

And she’s been keeping a dirty, audiobook narrator secret…

My Enemy Next Door is a super fun, contemporary novella about two former college “enemies.”

It is best read and experienced over a cup of coffee.

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Jun 152021
 

Henry & Ivy (Next Generation – Fighting #1) by JB Salsbury

Fall in love with the next generation of Fighting series characters and reunite with your old favorites in Henry & Ivy—an opposites attract, enemies to lovers novella.

I have the neighbor from hell.
The shared wall of our duplex holds no secrets to his wild Las Vegas lifestyle. He’s late nights and pizza for breakfast. I’m early mornings and deadlines. I’ve never met him. I’ve never even seen him. But his dog has delivered the ultimate blow, and I’m forced to confront him.

My neighbor is a buttoned-up priss.
She shows up on my doorstep angry as hell and making demands. Our dogs may have forced us together, but the more I learn, the more I like. As if things weren’t complicated enough, now I find myself falling hard for the girl next door.

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Jun 072021
 

Hate Me (Tidal Collection Book 2) by Chelsea McDonald

Lavina is curious, competitive, and lonely. After losing her one true love in a tragic accident she hasn’t wanted to move on but the more she interacts with her new neighbour the more she has to resist him.
He’s rude, arrogant and condescending, he’s the opposite of her type but maybe that’s what hooks her in.

Lane is striking, straight-forward, and private. The last time he put his heart on the line, he got burned and was left with the blazing fire. It’s safe to say he’s not in any hurry to do that all again. But when a crazy woman comes running at him screaming, he has no idea what to make of her.
She’s wild, but he knows how to handle chaos, so maybe it was just meant to be.

Whenever these two collide, screams are bound to ignite and insults are sure to be flung. Their relationship may begin on rocky ground, but can their similarities smooth a path to happily ever after?

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May 262021
 

Deadly Valor (Crimson Point Series Book 6) by Kaylea Cross

She’s been targeted by a killer.

Widow Danae Sutherland moved to Crimson Point a month ago with her teenage son to begin a new chapter in their lives. Adjusting to small town life is a big change for them both, but it’s been especially hard on her son, and the holidays are making it even harder. When a sexy stranger moves into the cottage next door, she’s not prepared for the undeniable attraction between them. He’s only in town for a couple weeks, so getting involved will only lead to heartbreak. That doesn’t stop her from falling for him. And when danger strikes, she has no choice but to put her life in his hands.

He’s the only man who can save her.

Former Marine Ryder Locke has come to the Oregon Coast to spend the holidays with his cousin Molly and her family. It’s his chance to face his demons head on before returning to his job as a bodyguard for one of Hollywood’s brightest stars. The last thing he expects is to fall for the single mom next door, and for danger to blow up around her. When the threat closes in and her life hangs in the balance, Ryder must risk everything to save her from the man who wants her dead.

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May 192021
 

Beloved (Carmel Cove Book 5) by Dr. Rebecca Sharp

A year ago, Gwen Reynolds loaned her car to the beautiful, bloodied man in her emergency room. No name. No questions. No expectation she’d see him again.

Until he shows up in the hallway of her building… moving into the apartment next door.

Chevy McIntyre is in town for one reason only: to find the men responsible for his fiancée’s death. He’s not looking for friends, and he doesn’t need help. Especially from the neighboring angel whose bright smile has haunted his dreams for months. But his solitude doesn’t sit well with Gwen’s larger-than-life personality.

As Carmel’s most beloved nurse, Gwen will do anything to help anyone—including the handsome recluse. So, she refuses to back down until she’s helped solve the case and healed his damaged heart.

Though there’s an undeniable spark between them, Chevy tries to fight its pull because desire has always had the power to destroy. And when the investigation takes an unexpected turn, he’ll have to choose between risking his only shot at justice or losing his only chance at love.

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Apr 242021
 

Fearless by Abby Brooks

Never date your (sexy as hell) next door neighbor. File that under great advice—not taken.

Especially if he’s hot. And witty. And successful. Did I mention hot? Never mind. The point’s the same.

I moved to Wildrose Landing because my life was a structure fire burning down around me.

They say a phoenix rises from the ashes, new. I crossed my fingers and took a leap of faith, hoping that proved true. After a certain ex who shall not be named, did something so…unspeakable, the absolute last thing I’m looking for is love.

I don’t have the energy for complications. I need time to heal. To rebuild.

Alexander Prescott stumbles into my life and doesn’t care about any of that. He offers me a dream job without so much as asking for my resume…which I take without thinking. (Hey, a girl’s gotta eat.)

Besides, saying yes to new experiences is the kind of thing you do when you’re rising from the ashes and redefining yourself as fearless.

And Alexander Prescott is the walking definition of new experience.

From his dark curls and whiskey eyes to the spark of chemistry I fight like hell to ignore. He’s a bestselling author. An icon in his own time. But he says he’s in over his head and swears I’m the only one who can help.

I know there’s something he isn’t telling me but that’s okay, there’s something I’m not telling him.

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Apr 102021
 

Irreverent by Skye Callahan

I came on vacation to reclaim my independence, not to end up with another man, but the universe had other plans when it put an ex-Navy SEAL in the condo next door.
The moment Riker walks up, I sense something familiar about him.
I try to keep my distance, knowing that anything that comes of it will be temporary.
But it seems the harder I try, the more everything goes wrong, and I find myself relying on him more and more.
At the end of the week, we’ll be separated by hundreds of miles. Will our brief encounter flourish into something that can bring us together again?
Or will it fade into memory?

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Apr 042021
 

All Rhodes Lead Here by Mariana Zapata IS LIVE
Losing people you love is hard.

Aurora De La Torre knows moving back to a place that was once home isn’t going to be easy.

Starting your whole life over probably isn’t supposed to be.

But a small town in the mountains might be the perfect remedy for a broken heart.

Checking out her landlord across the driveway just might cure it too.
Expected Publication March 2021
Links will be updated once we know more close to release date.

Update All Rhodes is LIVE

Mariana Zapata is one of the authors I will always one click and read every single time she releases a new book.

Beware, all her books are extremely slow burn, but personally I really love them. Sometimes I feel like she writes them exactly related to my feelings and wants. Her Heroine are unique and they grow.

Aurora needs to start over. She gets through a divorce she didn’t see coming and she wants to start over in the small town she was born and raised until her mother turned out missing.

There she rents a studio apartment from Rhodes, a warden that raises his kid alone. What is worst is that kid went and rented the place without him knowing.

Aurora goes through a lot of grief but she will grow so much and get close to Rhodes.

I really loved this book but still, to be honest, the best books from MZ are still Kulti, From Lukov with love, Wait for itand The Wall of Winnipeg.

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Apr 012021
 

Dispatched (The Everyday Heroes World) by C.J. Allison

Dispatched is a contemporary novel romance in the K. Bromberg’s Everyday Heroes World.

Dayton
My life was filled with misfortunes. One moment at the age of twelve, changed me forever. Anxiety plagues me but it drove me to my purpose. I am the first voice you hear when you call for help. My need to help and get first responders out as quickly as possible is my primary goal. My ailing father takes me to a little town in California and to another reason that changes everything.

Ada
My life is safe and normal. Boring. Until he moves in next door. Our similarities in awkwardness seem to bring us together, but the walls he has built appear unbreakable. They say things always happen for a reason and that reason becomes my everything.

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Mar 232021
 

The Belle and the Beard (Adventures In Dating #3) by Kate Canterbary

From the desk of Jasper-Anne Cleary
If you find yourself publicly humiliated, out of work, and unemployable at 35—not to mention newly single—here’s how to salvage your life:

Run away. Seriously, there’s no shame in disappearing. Go to that rustic old cottage your aunt left you. Look out for the colony of bats and the leaky roof. Oh, and the barrel-chested neighbor with shoulders like the broad side of a barn. Definitely look out for him.
Stop wallowing and stay busy. It doesn’t matter whether you know how to bake or fix things around the house. Do it anyway. Dust off your southern hospitality and feed that burly, bearded neighbor some pecan pie.
Meet new people. Chat up the grumpy man-bear, pretend to be his girlfriend when his mother puts you two on the spot, agree to go as his date to a big family party. Don’t worry—it’s only temporary.
Cry it out. Screwing up your life entitles you to wine, broody-moody music, and uninterrupted sobbing.
Get over it all by getting under someone. Count on your fake boyfriend to deliver some very real action between the sheets.
Move on. The disappearing act, the cottage, the faux beau—none of it can last forever.

From the desk of Linden Santillian
If a hell-in-heels campaign strategist moves in next door to you, here’s how to survive the invasion:

Do not engage. There is no good reason you should chop her wood, haul her boxes, or pick her apples.
Do not accept gifts, especially not the homemade ones. Disconnect the doorbell, toss your phone over a bridge, hide in the basement if you must, but do not eat her pie.
Do not introduce her to your friends and family. They’ll favor her over you and never let you forget it.
Do not intervene when she’s crying on the back porch. Ignore every desire to fix the entire world for her. By no means should you take her into your arms and memorize her peach-sweet curves.
Do not take her to bed, even if it’s just to get her out of your system.
Do not, under any circumstances, fall in love with her.
Warning: This steamy starting over standalone includes a meet-burglary, an immortal cat, a biohazard of a banana bread, a meddling mother, fancy toast, and a temporary fling that starts feeling a little too permanent.

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Mar 172021
 

Perfect Risk (Mason Creek Book 1) by C.A. Harms

Perfect Risk (Book #1 in a 12 Book Series)

Mason Creek, Montana is my home. It always has been and truth is, there is no place like it.

I can hide away in a big city, pretend as if I’m not drowning. I can ignore the sadness inside my heart that is begging for a change. But if I’m being honest, my sense of belonging has disappeared. I thought I wanted the big city life, the fast track and all the glamorous things. Turns out, there’s nowhere I’d rather be than home.

Coming back to help run my mom’s business gave me the perfect escape.

But there is one problem.

An unresolved past has a way of haunting anyone. Things can sure get complicated when the man that broke your heart all those years ago is now your new landlord.

It may get a little messy, I may regret my decision to stay…
But then again, this might just be the Perfect Risk.

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Mar 162021
 

The Art of Falling for You (Falling Trilogy Book 1) by Maya Hughes

“Are you stalking me?”
“We live right next door to each other, New Girl.”

Bay Bishop aka The New Girl is my new neighbor. Glasses, stage crew black clothes and a knack for fading into the background.

She’s probably the only one who rolls her eyes when I walk past instead of cheering on my last touchdown play. But before I can shove her into the recesses of my mind filed under “Not my problem” she lands herself smack dab in the middle of my dreams.

I catch her singing with a voice unlike any I’ve heard before that taps into feelings I shouldn’t have for the girl who avoids me at all costs. I need to know why she hates me.

With three months until graduation, the final play is on. Only it’s not for more points. It’s for Bay.

Unlike my success on the field, this win is anything but assured. But I can’t stop myself from taking the risk.

There’s no flashing scoreboard.
There’s no cheering crowd.
There’s only her and me.

The countdown clock is ticking. The only thing scarier about finding my first love will be losing her.

The Art of Falling for You is the first book in the new Fulton U universe sports romance, Falling trilogy.

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Mar 132021
 

Flirting with the Rock Star Next Door by Nadia Lee

I write romance because true love doesn’t happen in real life. My parents’ marriage and a string of failed relationships have taught me that.

Then Killian Axelrod moves in next door. He’s a rock star, and hot as hell. Wicked blue eyes. A body made for sin. Cocky attitude. If he was on a romance cover, I’d one-click it without even reading the title.

Too bad he’s such a pain.

He tries to steal my favorite specialty ice cream. He drums so loud I can’t hear myself think. Then comes over in nothing but a towel when his water heater dies so he can finish his shower with my hot water.

But then he cooks me breakfast. Rescues me from an evil snake. Kisses me like I’m the girl of his dreams. Sings like I’m the only one in the audience.

It doesn’t seem to matter to him that I’m not a size two, my yoga pants have holes, and I don’t put makeup on every morning.

I know there are no happy endings in real life, but Killian makes my heart flutter and makes me wonder…

Can we have a romance novel ending for real?
Expected publication: March 12th 2021

Excerpt Flirting with the Rock Star Next Door

I needed to get back to the story—and finally finish the first sex scene between my hero and heroine. I felt awful about stopping in mid-kiss and leaving the characters hanging there for more than twenty-four hours. My couple deserved better treatment. Maybe I should add an extra sex scene. And a baby epilogue. My readers loved babies.
I sat down on the couch with the computer balanced on my lap and found the spot I’d marked for a full sex scene toward the end of the document.
“Oh yeah, baby,” I murmured. “You’re going to get laid today. Woohoo!”
“Who’s getting laid?”
I almost jumped. My laptop tilted and I grabbed it fast. After placing it on the table, I spun around to face Killian. Who was standing behind me in nothing but a pink towel. Holy shit.
He smelled fresh with a hint of soap, and looked as good as he smelled. His skin gleamed as a couple drops of water fell from his still damp hair and slid down his naked shoulder and ropey arm, tracing an irregular path of the crevasses between the lean muscles. I noted his lashes were incredibly thick, and his eyes so, so blue. Regardless of what I thought of his personality, he was scrumptious. I felt an urge to lick all the water off of him that my towel had missed.
And as soon as I realized what I was feeling, I blinked and wanted to smack myself for thinking with my hormones. Since I couldn’t do that without appearing weird, I opted for a you’re not welcome here anymore expression instead.
“Shouldn’t you be going home now?” I said coolly.
“Don’t worry, I will. Soon as I finish air-drying my chest hair.”
It was one of the more ludicrous things I’d heard coming out of a man’s mouth. For one thing, he didn’t have enough chest hair to dry.
I caught myself before I asked whether he had to air-dry his pubic hair as well. Killian wouldn’t be scandalized. Or become self-aware enough to realize how ridiculous his explanation about air drying chest hair was. No, he’d just laugh, say, “Now that you mention it…” and whip the towel from around his waist.
I did not need to see his thing. Ever. No matter how big it might be. And I could tell it’d be big and impressive. God had been unfair when he’d created Killian. Why stop at a pretty face and a hard body?

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Mar 062021
 

Magnetic Medic (The Wright Family Series #1) by Alexa Padgett
A sexy, new brother’s best friend romance from USA Today bestselling author Alexa Padgett.

He’s my brother’s childhood friend. I’m pregnant with another man’s baby. What a time to fall in love…

Coming home seemed like a good idea at the time. My ex-fiancé split, I was almost done with my master’s degree, and I was already working at the family architecture firm. When I move in next door to pediatrician Ryder Mackay, I’m not expecting the connection—or the passion in his eyes that I feel deep in my soul. He’s the best doctor for my baby, but he’s not the guy I need.

Still, the way Ryder looks snuggling my puppy—and my infant daughter—to his rock-hard chest makes me wish this sexy, smart, compassionate man was mine.

Maybe, it’s pregnancy hormones. Or…maybe this magnetic pull is forever.
Expected publication: April 4th 2021

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Mar 022021
 

The Dream Guy Next Door (The Guys Who Got Away Book 1) by Lauren Blakely

A sexy, swoony falling-for-the-neighbor standalone romance from #1 New York Times bestselling author Lauren Blakely!
Just my luck – my new next door neighbor is a unicorn.
Yep, the British hottie is clearly a mythical man because – get this – he’s a sexy, witty, charming, big-hearted single dad.
Who, wait for it, wants to find Mrs. Right and get hitched.
He’s a once-in-a-blue-moon kind of man, and it’s a darn shame I’m not on the market. If I were, his accent alone would melt me. Add in the fact that he’s a veterinarian, and my animal-loving heart would be flip flopping.
But my heart’s on the mend. I’m a single parent like him, and raising my teenage daughter is my top priority. Plus, falling for a guy who shares your property line is a line you shouldn’t cross.
Still, I’m an outgoing gal, so I do the neighborly thing and offer to be his dating insider.
Surely, I can help this small town’s most eligible bachelor ever navigate his way through all the fantastic single ladies eager to make his acquaintance.
What could possibly go wrong in helping the dream guy next door find his one true love?
So I set him up on one date, two dates, three dates — and I’m about to find out exactly how dangerous my offer is.

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Feb 242021
 

Candy Colored Sky by Ginger Scott

Jonah Wydner has been in love with his neighbor Eleanor Trombley for years. He has watched her life play out from the sidelines—homecoming dances, football parties, and first dates. Her life seemed easy…simple…perfect. The complete opposite of his own.

But when Eleanor’s younger sister goes missing and the national media sets up camp in the middle of their street, the girl with the seemingly perfect life shows up in Jonah’s garage in search of a place to hide from the hurt and chaos. What begins as one night becomes many filled with unexpected surprises and unveiling, healing truths about Jonah’s own messy past.

Soon, Jonah gets to know the real Eleanor, and discover all the ways they’re the same. Friendship blossoms into more, plans turn into promises, and hopes and dreams become shared under the warm glow of the fading Midwestern sunsets. But how far can a kiss under a candy-colored sky take them? And what happens when the clouds close in?

**Candy Colored Sky is a standalone coming-of-age, friends-to-lovers love story about family, loss, friendship and courage.**

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