The book is extremely sweet just like our author Brooke Moss. When asked about her journey writing this book, Brooke said this, "I hope that The Carny is a fun, romantic, funny summer read...that will also make you think. When I set out to write it, I wanted to do give my readers a fun, romantic love story, but I wanted to punctuate it with a hot topic. The characters in The Carny are very close to my heart, and I feel like they're my good friends. I've been told that they stay with readers for hours, even days, after the book ends...and I really hope that's how each of InkSpell's fans feel, too. Thanks for sharing this love story with the world, InkSpell...what an exciting book birthday this is!"
Congrats Brooke! We know that everyone will fall in love with your characters!
Have you gotten your copy yet? Without further ado, we're offering 30% off the price of the book on our website only until July 14th!
E-book Price: $3.50
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Author: Brooke Moss
Size: Mega Novel
Format: eBook and Paperback
ISBN: Print: 978-0-9851483-1-7
Two people from opposite worlds, one unforgettable kiss.
You can't judge a carny by its cover.
At a town fair on the coast of Oregon, handsome Native American carny, Vincent Youngblood, bestows an unforgettable kiss on shy, awkward teenager, Charlotte Davenport. Then disappears without another word, leaving her baffled and enamored.
Ten years later, Charlotte is still living in the small fishing town of Astoria, while being trained to--reluctantly--take over for her philandering hotelier father when he retires. After all, who else will do it? Her two perfect sisters are busy being married to their flawless husbands and having cookie cutter children, while Charlotte remains single, childless, and every bit as mousy as she was a decade ago.
As Charlotte struggles to climb out from underneath her judgmental parents thumb, the carnival rolls back into town, and Charlotte finds herself face to face with Vin again. He's back to run his father's carnival, walking away from a promising career in medicine he started in Chicago. Will her biased and judgmental family accept her relationship with a man who is not only a Native American, but works as a carny for a living? And what unsavory secrets bind the well-educated and seemingly superlative Vin to that ramshackle carnival? After all, you can’t judge a carny by its cover.