This new novel with a popular trope is available to preorder here. My small town romances are set in a fictional town loosely based on the real town where I live. I wonder if Soda Spurs, Texas, is real. And isn’t the idea of a heroine who is an auto mechanic intriguing?
Here’s the blurb:
All the money in the world means nothing without someone to share with with.
Billionaire actor Brent McKasson wanted something different in life. Tired of being typecast in the same action roles, he decides to take some time off to think. However, his car breaks down in the small town of Soda Spurs, Texas. Forced to rely on people he doesn’t know, Brent rediscovers the charm of a small town and a feisty female mechanic, but will it be enough for him to stay or will the fame call him back?
Sam Jenkins moved to Soda Spurs after a hard breakup. All she wanted to do was open up an auto shop and return to her small town roots. Then Brent McKasson lands in her lap. Literally. She’s the only mechanic in town, and with the only hotel in town booked for the Cowboy festival, she is forced to open her spare room to him for the weekend. What she hadn’t expected was to open her heart to him as well.
But can a spark between two opposites create a lasting love? Or will his fame and her independence keep them apart?
Here is another book in the Resorts series. The idea of wearing a foam hot dog suit cracks me up. Buy it now for 99 cents on Amazon.
Finding love at the amusement park can be quite a ride.
Becky Perkins has lost her job, her lease, and her car. As a result, she moves back in with her parents and takes the only job she can find: a seasonal position at the local amusement park as a sign spinner. Unfortunately, it includes wearing a foam hot dog suit.
When she crashes into fellow park employee Hudson Lowell, on her first day, suddenly the job doesn’t seem so bad.
Actuary Hudson Lowell feels the weight of the world on his shoulders with this assignment. The Gainesville Amusement Park has been struggling for years. It’s his responsibility to advise the owners as to the viability of the park. Going into the deal, the solution seems pretty simple—until he meets Becky.
The more time Becky and Hudson spend together, the more their feelings grow, making it harder and harder for Hudson to be objective about his decision. If the park closes, it will impact the whole town and directly hurt Becky. And how can he hurt the woman he has fallen for?
Also part of the Destined for Love: Resorts collection:
–Matched by Design by Lindzee Armstrong
–Keep Me At Christmas by Lucinda Whitney
–The Trust of a Billionaire by Michelle Pennington
–Marrying an Athlete by Anne-Marie Meyer
–Second Chance in Paradise by Jennifer Peel
–Her Big Fat Dreamy Billionaire Ex by Victorine E. Lieske
–Kings Crossed Lovers by Donna K. Weaver