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My upcoming standalone romance releases on January 31st. Are you in the mood for friends to lovers with plenty of hilarious and sexy bits based in a small town? LASS is for you!
Cover Designer: T-Red Designs
Photographer: Reggie Deanching & R plus M Photo
Cover Models: BT Urruela & Jess Birks
Release date: January 31st
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$25 Amazon gift card on Facebook
3 x $10 Amazon gift card giveaway
I’m getting ready to write THE END for LASS, which means Shane and Addison will be in reader’s hands so soon! Make sure you’ve done all the pre-release things while we wait for January 31st.
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“She left on Monday,” Addison tells the other woman. I think her name is Myla.
“Tania stopped by over the weekend to say goodbye. We’ll miss her around here. How’s the roommate search going?”
Addison groans. “Not well, as in nonexistent. I don’t know where to start.”
“Have you asked around? I’m sure Marlene has suggestions,” Myla laughs.
“No way. If I give that nosey-nellie an inch, she’ll run off with a mile. Talk about added stress.”
“Gah, can you imagine who she’d come up with? I’m sure Betty would toss her name in the hat.”
Addison shakes her head. “Not happening.” Her shoulders rise and fall with a big breath, the weight seeming unbearable. “Where do I find someone reliable and responsible and easy to get along with?”
“Right here,” I blurt.
Both girls whip around and gape at me. Myla’s shock quickly morphs into a grin. Addison can’t seem to pick her jaw up off the floor. She sputters, “How much did you hear?”
I can barely make out her words over my thundering pulse. “Enough.”
“You wanna move in with me?”
My heart beat skyrockets, threatening to bust a vein. What the hell did I get myself into?
“Shane?” Addison prods.
“Were you being serious?”
She raises a brow. “That doesn’t sound very convincing. Are you really looking for a place to live? Raven mentioned something along those lines.”
I learned fairly quick how fast word gets around in this town, so I’m not surprised people are talking. “I am, yep.