GRIT, an all-new standalone, friends-to-lovers
romance in the 7th and Main series by Elizabeth
Hunter is NOW LIVE!
she’s been busy.Patience is running out.
widow with a ranch, an orange grove, a goat-obsessed ten-year-old, and not
enough time. She doesn’t have time to make friends. She doesn’t have time to
stop and chat, and she definitely does not have time for a boyfriend.Which is fine, because Cary Nakamura is far from being a boy. Cary’s the man
who helped Melissa plant her trees. The friend who keeps offering advice, even
when she’s is too stubborn to take it.
who kissed Melissa in broad daylight on a sidewalk in Metlin, California, smack
in the face of God and everyone.
may spend a little too long dreaming about Cary from a distance, she knows the
kind of passion he promises is more than she can handle.
have the time.
matter how busy you are, life makes you stop. It pulls you up short and makes
you see things a little more clearly. Things like…
count on.The dreams you keep pushing away.And the passion that can’t be denied.
friends-to-lovers romance in the Love Stories on 7th and Main series by
Elizabeth Hunter, author of INK.
Britt’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
I feel like I have so much to say about this book and at the same time I can’t think of a single word to properly describe how it made me feel. Cary and Melissa’s story just has so many feels packed into it. Loss and grief, beautiful love, frustration, adorable sweetness, the list goes on and on. The romance will sweep you off your feet, the drama will have you on the edge of your seat, Melissa’s smart and endlessly adorable daughter will have you laughing and steal your heart. There is just SO MUCH to love in this book.
I also found myself really loving the push and pull that existed between Cary and Melissa. That back and forth that was the build up to them finally letting their feelings out not only made their relationship that much more realistic it added a depth to them as individuals that really made me love them even more.
contemporary fantasy, romance, and paranormal mystery author. She is a graduate
of the University of Houston Honors College and a former English teacher. She
once substitute taught a kindergarten class, but decided that middle school was
far less frightening. She’s the author of the Elemental Mysteries, the Irin
Chronicles, and the Cambio Springs Mysteries.
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