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This isn’t the man she married…
Jenny Buchanan never considered what “for better or for worse” meant when she married Adam Buchanan at nineteen. Six years and two little boys later, “for worse” arrives in the form of a tornado that ravages Slippery Rock and injures Adam. Now he’s a stranger to his family…and love won’t be enough to bring him back.
Only when Jenny asks him to move out does Adam become the husband she needs…but Adam isn’t the only one who’s changed. As their attraction sparks back to life, Jenny and Adam must learn what it is to grow up—and grow together—before this small-town breakup lasts forever.
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Lifestyles of the small-town famous
Forced to leave Nashville after a scandal, Savannah Walters has come home to Slippery Rock, Missouri, with a bruised ego and her singing career in jeopardy. As if that isn’t humiliating enough, on her way into town she’s rescued by her swoon-worthy childhood crush, Collin Tyler.
His hands are full running the family orchard and dealing with his delinquent teen sister, so Collin doesn’t need to get involved with someone as fiery and unpredictable as Savannah. But the intense attraction between them can’t be denied. And when disaster strikes, they’ll both be surprised by who’s still standing when the dust settles.
He’s not giving up his family without a fight
James Calhoun has never been able to resist Mara Tyler, or her knack for mischief. Her reputation as a reckless teenager drove Mara from their hometown. So Slippery Rock is the last place James ever expected to see her, and Mara’s timing couldn’t be worse. With the upcoming election for sheriff, she threatens the squeaky-clean image James needs to win. Because Mara has brought with her the result of their steamy affair: his two-year-old son, Zeke. After the initial shock, James is determined to have both his family and career. He just needs to convince Mara that her home is where it’s always been. With him.
And coming November 2017…
Running out on her wedding was the best decision ever!
A cheating fiancé sends Camden Harris fleeing to her grandparents’ home in Missouri. When her ex follows, determined to win her back, Camden makes a deal with neighbor Levi Walters: they’ll pretend to be in love and she’ll support his plan to buy her grandparents’ land.
The boy from her childhood has grown up into an impressive man. His charm, good looks and sweet gestures make it difficult for Camden to remember this is fake. And Levi’s kisses only confuse her more.
Interview for Jacquie from It’s All About the Romance
What are your non-writing hobbies, or what do you do to relax?
Hi, everyone! It’s so exciting to be here with you today!
I’ll start this off with a shocker: one of my favorite things to do is read. Didn’t see that coming, did you? 🙂
Any book with do, but I have a soft spot for contemporary romance and romantic suspense (especially if it’s the woman who sets out to save the man).
I also like to sew/quilt, although I haven’t been doing nearly enough of that lately. There is something very soothing about putting different color schemes and strips of fabric together, and it’s especially helpful when I’ve written myself into a corner – focusing on the colors and patterns leaves my writer mind free to work out whatever problem is facing me in my books!
Do you have any personal heroes/heroines?
I do! I find Nora Roberts’ dedication to writing inspiring, and I’m awed at everything Lisa Kleypas does. I have a friend (Hi, Heather!!) who has started a handmade greeting card company – she writes amazing, inspirational, heartfelt cards that are simply beautiful.
Last but not least, my sister-in-law, who became a runner for the first time over the age of 30, has run in marathons and half-marathons, and helped me through my first 5K this summer (Hi, Janell!) is one of the most genuine people I know, and I admire her so much!
Have you had any unusual or noteworthy occupations?
I’m not sure how noteworthy it was, but I was a journalist (radio and TV) for ten years before I started focusing on my fiction writing. I covered everything from a serial killer’s capture to the PBR National Finals Rodeo, and interviewed a lot of interesting people along the way.
I bet there’s some interesting story ideas there!
What was your best date ever?
It wasn’t actually a date!
My husband and I were co-workers before we got together, and we’d been lightly flirting for a few weeks. One night (I was finishing up college, working at a radio station as their nighttime DJ at the time, he was the sports director) he stopped in after the game he called and we started talking. We talked through the end of my shift, and for a couple of hours after in the parking lot. We talked about nothing and everything and it’s one of my favorite memories. That’s the night I knew I was going to marry him, even though we’d never been on a real date!
That’s so sweet!
Tell us something you are really proud of.
I’m so proud of this book!
Breakup in a Small Town was very hard for me to write because I had to balance some really dark, emotional places with less dark, heartfelt romance elements. I lost a lot of sleep while I was writing it, but I am so happy with the way it turned out!
Can you confide something you wish you were better at?
I wish I was a better time manager. I have a planner and I’ve become really good at making lists and checking things off, but time management still becomes a struggle because I tend to check off the easy things first when I should, in some cases, tackle the bigger projects first…and, you know, there is the whole social media time suck.
I’ll think I’m cruising along with my to do list only to realize that I’ve spent an hour of time I’d allotted for a big project reading my newsfeeds. lol
I share your pain 🙂
About the Author
Once upon a time, Kristina Knight spent her days running from car crash to fire to meetings with local police–no, she wasn’t a troublemaker, she was a journalist. Her career took her all over the United States, writing about everything from a serial killer’s capture to the National Finals Rodeo. Along the way, she found her very own Knight in Shining Cowboy Boots and an abiding love for romance novels. And just like the characters from her favorite books, she’s living her own happily ever after.
Kristina writes sassy contemporary romance novels; her books have appeared on Kindle Best Seller Lists. She loves hearing from readers, so drop her a line!
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