Meet Me at Clayborne's (Hale Street Boxed Set)

Meet Me at Clayborne's (Hale Street Boxed Set)

by Amy Knupp

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Overview

"The entire Hale Street series receives my highest praise."—Reader review

Bartender Kennedy's new boss has her both shaken and stirred.
Barmaid Asia strives to keep her past a secret from a sexy but persistent CEO.
Entertainment manager Sloan helps a grieving drummer find peace...and more.

Immerse yourself in Amy Knupp's first three Hale Street stories instantly!

SWEET SPOT:
A bartender, a bakery girl, and a past full of mistakes...


Former marketing whiz Kennedy Lowell knows bartending isn't her destiny. After derailing her life to
epic proportions, though, she's content with the easy refuge of pouring drinks and keeping to herself.
But the arrival of her sexy new boss has her both shaken and stirred. Add the temptation of a bakery
in need of a marketing guru and Kennedy begins to wonder if easy is all it's cracked up to be.

Easy is Hunter Clayborne's middle name. Uncomplicated is what he expects when he moves back to
Nashville to take over the family business. What he finds is the polar opposite of easy—a bar losing
money, a family entrenched in its old-fashioned ways, and an irresistible bartender who keeps him at
a distance in spite of their sizzling mutual attraction.

Hunter tries to prove he's a good-hearted, trustworthy guy, but what if Kennedy is her own worst
enemy? Can he help her see herself through his eyes before it's too late?

SOFT SPOT:
It's all fun and games until the sexy CEO wants to know her secrets...


Asia Knowles' life has been on a downhill slide for as long as she can remember, but with her
promotion and her new apartment on charming Hale Street, things are finally starting to look up.
When polished and persistent and tough-to-resist Jackson barges into her world, Asia does what
she can to keep her less-than-sparkling background to herself.

CEO Jackson Lowell has worked hard for everything he has—perhaps a little too single-mindedly.
When a friend challenges him to go on a "real" date, not a business function with a blind date, Asia
seems like the perfect choice. Everything from her sunshine-bright outfits to her don't-get-too-close
vibe draws him in.

Asia finds it hard to ignore Jackson's charm, but she's conditioned to keep her secrets close to her
chest. The more she shuts him out, the more determined he becomes to get to know her anyway. If
she finally lets him in, will he cut his losses or realize the biggest payoff ever?

ONE AND ONLY:
Second-best will never be good enough.


Drummer Micah Sullivan lost his music and his dreams when his wife died unexpectedly. In the
aftermath, he quit his band and pushed away family and friends. Three years later, he's opened
a music shop and tells himself he's content trying to make it a hit. What he failed to consider is
that success requires connections—including the very ones he turned his back on.

When Sloan McGuire takes a job at a bar as the entertainment manager, she doesn't expect to
run into Micah, whose late wife was her best friend. She can tell he's still lost in grief, and out
of love for her friend, she resolves to help him find peace. What she and Micah find together,
though, has the potential to be something more.

Sloan fights the attraction, not only because of their history but because she's always been
second fiddle. To Micah, a solo act seems safer than a duet, but with Sloan, he develops a new
appreciation for harmony. Music may be his forte, but can he find the words to convince her
she's his one and only?

Related books:
True North, Book 1 in the Hale Street spin-off series North Brothers, is the story of Sierra
Lowell and Cole North.

Other Hale Street stories by Amy Knupp include Last First Kiss and Heartstrings.

Clayborne's After Hours is a Hale Street duet set that includes Last First Kiss and Heartstrings.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158778988
Publisher: Lake House Books
Publication date: 12/10/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 64,672
File size: 855 KB

About the Author

Amy Knupp is an author of contemporary romance, a freelance copy editor for Blue Otter Editing, and a freelance technical editor. While the collection of hats she wears sounds a bit scattered and broad, the common thread among all of them (perhaps the little ball on top of each hat) is the written word. She loves words and grammar and meaty, engrossing stories with complex characters.

Amy lives in Wisconsin with her husband, two teenage sons, four cats, and two box turtles. She graduated from the University of Kansas with degrees in French and journalism. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, breaking up cat fights, watching college hoops, and annoying her family by correcting their grammar.

Books by Amy Knupp

Hale Street series:
Sweet Spot
Soft Spot
One and Only
Last First Kiss
Heartstrings

Island Fire series:
Playing with Fire
Heat of the Night
Fully Involved
Firestorm
Afterburn
Up in Flames
Flash Point
Fire Within
Impulse
Slow Burn

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Meet Me at Clayborne's (Hale Street Boxed Set) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Bernadette_Cinkoske More than 1 year ago
I am in love with the concept of Hale Street. The drive of Violet, Burke and Nick to restore and revitalize the area shines through the story lines in all the books. Sweet Spot is Hunter and Kennedy's story. It is nice to see Kennedy grow out of her shell. Amazing characters and story telling. I can see I will not accomplish much until all the books are read! Soft Spot, while shorter than the first three (it is a novella after all), is as well done as the first three books - entertaining characters and a well developed plot. I have already started the next novella. I recommend the entire series. One and Only is a great story with wonderful, believable characters. Sloan and Micah's story is very moving. I cannot wait for the next book in the Hale Street series. Highly recommended. I own each book so I did not purchase this box set.