Three years ago, I moved from the Midwest to the Carolina Coast because I wanted a change. My sister moved from the Midwest to the hills of Tennessee for a job. Moving across the country or from one state to another is done for a variety of reasons. No matter why, the goal is a fresh start. A new vantage point. A different way of living.
Isobel Reed's new romance, LOVE TOOLS has just such a big move. Unfortunately, her heroine is moving to get away from things but once in Bluestone County, she finds more to keep her there!! LOVE TOOLS is filled with belly laughs and one sexy cowboy. It's a book that you will want to devour, just because it makes you feel so good. Releasing on Dec. 6th, just in time for the holidays!!
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What happens when the king of casual meets the queen of picking the wrong men?
Lily is running. From a dead-end job, a neurotic mother and all the losers she dared to date. Moving halfway across the world to Bluestone County seemed like a good idea at the time. So did reopening her estranged father’s hardware store. But now she isn’t so sure.
Small town living has its perks though. Wide-open space, clean air, and sexy cowboys. Well, one sexy cowboy. Jake. Who also just so happens to be the new bane of her existence. At least when he’s not talking, she can admire the view.
Jake is the king of casual. The love of his life has always been his ranch, and that was fine with him. He never really saw the point in long-term. But all that changes when a mouthy, blonde sasses him into oblivion. He should have known she’d be trouble as soon as he laid eyes on her. Now it’s too late. She’s all he can think about. All he has to do is convince her that he’s finally the right man.
Isobel Reed’s hilarious, emotionally charged romance will have you holding your side with laughter or reaching for a tissue. Reminiscent of small-town romance by Tessa Bailey or Kristen Ashley, you will fall in love with LOVE TOOLS and Isobel Reed’s unique writing style.
About the Author:
Isobel was born and raised in London. She still lives along the River Thames with her husband and her substantial book collection. Ever the hopeless romantic, she fell in love with the genre from a young age and was inspired to write her own stories. When she's not feasting on romantic comedies or binge reading her hoard of contemporary romance novels, Isobel is writing.