Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy, Texas Romance, Small Town
Date Published: May 31, 2022
Strong Blooms Take Time.
Gray Temple is an angry man. He’s been suspended from the family law
firm over a disputed divorce settlement, and he’s hiding out in
Konigsburg, Texas, working at his brother’s BBQ joint and living in
his cousin’s old apartment. Even as he nurses his fury at the
injustice of it all, Gray suspects he needs to pull himself together. He
just doesn’t exactly know how.
Amanda Sunderland is a little angry herself. She’s short two
employees at her garden store and trying to deal with the possibility that
her son’s wealthy father may want custody for himself and his new
fiancée. When Gray offers his services as temporary help,
Amanda’s happy to grab him.
As the two get to know each other better, grabbing takes on a whole new
meaning. The heat between them makes Gray begin to see Konigsburg’s
charms and Amanda begin to rethink the advantages of staying single.
But when Amanda’s son Vic and his best friend Daisy Toleffson
disappear, panic hits Konigsburg. Can Gray and Amanda find the kids? Can
Gray win back his reputation? And can he stay with Amanda if he goes back to
the family firm?
It’s Konigsburg, y’all. Anything can happen.
About the Author
Meg Benjamin is an award-winning author of romance. Meg’s Konigsburg
series is set in the Texas Hill Country and her Salt Box and Brewing Love
trilogies are set in the Colorado Rockies. Along with contemporary romance,
Meg is also the author of the paranormal Ramos Family trilogy and the Folk
trilogy. Meg’s books have won numerous awards, including an EPIC
Award, a Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award, the Holt Medallion
from Virginia Romance Writers, the Beanpot Award from the New England
Romance Writers, and the Award of Excellence from Colorado Romance Writers.
Meg’s Web site is http://www.MegBenjamin.com. You can follow her on
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