A New Adult Standalone Novella
Series: Kissing Bridge #1
ticket is turning into an epic fail. Not to mention the tall, cocky boy who
claims her front-row seat is all wicked smiles, long legs and tug-worthy hair.
Well, he’s messing with the wrong girl. But as the night wears on, Lily starts
to see a softer side of former marine, James “Hutch” Hutchinson. A side that
makes her shed her loner inhibitions along with her clothes.
There is a difference between trouble and troubled. In Hutch, she has found
Hutch lost more than a leg in the Iraqi dessert. Returning to school on the GI
Bill wasn’t exactly in the plans…but plans change. Now he only wants to meet
the mysterious dancer, but he’s forgotten how to talk to women, especially one
as graceful as Lilly. So armed with a plan that even a twelve-year-old would
laugh at, he steals Lilly’s seat.
Only fair since she stole his heart first.
But Lilly has plans, too. As if Hutch’s life wasn’t already a sh*t storm of
FIVE 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Britt!
Holy sweet swoony goodness! Tin Man’s Dance is a fast whirlwind that is bursting at the seams with beauty. If you’re looking for something quick but still filled with emotion grab this because that’s exactly what you’ll get. Hutch and Lilly have such a heartwarming story you can’t help but feel those warm and fuzzy feelings while you’re reading this. Their attraction is immediate. Their love is intense.
An injured Marine starting his life over, Hutch has remained isolated and distant since he returned home. But his world is tilted the second he lays eyes on the beautiful dancer Lilly. Lilly’s sole focus is dance. Like Hutch she’s alone in her own way but the moment these two meet everything changes.
Hutch is an all around incredible man! Completely selfless and constantly sacrificing his own happiness for others. I couldn’t help but be drawn to him much like Lilly. Between the sweetness of the romance and nice touches of sizzling heat Tin Man’s Dance was a fantastic escape for an afternoon of relaxing.
at the age of four from India. Since then, all she’s done is collect words.
After receiving the best gift ever from her parents—her very own library
card—she began reading everything she could get her greedy hands on. At
sixteen, a friend asked her to make up a story featuring the popular bad boy at
school. This wasn’t fan fiction…it was friend fiction. From that day on, she’s
known she wanted to be a writer. With the goal of making her readers both laugh
and cry, MK Schiller has penned more than a dozen books, each one filled with
misfit characters overcoming obstacles and finding true love.