Jenny Fremont, divorced and disenchanted, has sworn off blind dates. So has widower Chase Castile, who simply wants to be left alone, period, so he can mourn his wife in peace. But their mutual friend Betsy Jernigan has other ideas. Too bad she's such a terrible matchmaker and continues to fix each of them up with the world's most unsuitable blind dates. In a panic after his most recent fiasco of a blind date tries to tickle his privates with her bare feet in a fancy restaurant, Chase formulates The Perfect Plan. He and his good friend Jenny will pretend to be a couple. The obnoxious blind dates will cease for both of them, and Chase can recede back into his gloomy, solitary world. At least, that's the plan. Chase's plan works...kind of... The blind dates do cease, but the rest of The Plan gets lost in the mounting attraction overtaking them. Sometime during the façade of pretending to be a couple, the game becomes real. But these two have hurdles aplenty to overcome. Secrets are revealed. Chase’s oh-so-orderly life explodes in sudden chaos. And Jenny must learn that love is not a defined quantity—it is infinite and forever if she will simply shut up and allow it to happen
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About the Author
I have been writing contemporary romance for fifteen years. Trends come and go, but I have stayed true to the genre I most enjoy reading – southern romance. I have lived my entire life in East Tennessee and I write about that place because it is the place I know best. A place where we were taught to say "ma'am" and "sir" from the moment we could talk. A place where no one considers it to be a proper Sunday without fried chicken being consumed at some point. A place passionate about football. A place where few of us can make it through an entire day without quoting some wise adage of our grandmother. Of course, people everywhere, including the place where you live, have these same values, but I don't know those other places. I do know East Tennessee and the people who live here, and these are the people I write about.