About High Heels and Big Deals
What person in their right mind goes into the Piggly Wiggly to get bread and milk and comes out engaged?
It all started when the deal of a lifetime came knocking at my door. I never imagined that my shot at fame and fortune would come with such outrageous conditions. I’ve been dreaming of a music career ever since I was old enough to hold a guitar. I have no idea what to do. Oh, did I mention that things aren’t so great with my boyfriend and manager? Alden thinks I’m a moron for even questioning the music label’s demands. He’s too starry eyed over the big, fat record deal to think about what might be best for me.
Just when I think my life can’t get any more complicated, I find myself in a freak snowstorm. Fate must be having a heyday with this one because who rescues me? The guy I love to hate—Beau Primrose! Yeah, the rough and tumble firefighter is as hunky as ever with his crooked grin and piercing blue eyes. I’ve got his number though. The player broke my heart in middle school, and I have no intention of letting him hurt me again. I can remain immune to his charm … I think. Good Gollie, Miss Mollie, did I actually kiss him … AGAIN?
Love and laughter collide in this zany holiday romcom about an unlikely couple who just might be the perfect fit.
I LOVE a good romcom! This one by Jennifer Youngblood was one of those books I could tell I would love from the very first page. It had so much going for it.
One of my very favorite things was the main female lead, Presley. She’s a upcoming country singer. Just trying to break into the big time. And she’s given the chance of a life time. If she’s willing to wear a barely there dress and sing a trashy song. I loved the way Presley didn’t want to sacrifice what she believed in to be a big star. She seemed to think she was torn about this, but it was obvious to me as a reader that she really wasn’t.
And she runs into Beau just when she needs him most. Beau is a firefighter and he finds her after she’s gotten into an accident on snowy roads. It was so funny how he didn’t remember Presley, but she remembered him. I loved how Presley was with him. These two were witty and fun with each other from the start.
I loved the plot of this one. It had one of my very favorite tropes in it. And I loved the whole thing. This author knows how to make a place come alive. The little town of Comfort, Alabama jumps off the page in a big way.
This was one I didn’t want to put down! You’re going to want to read it.
I was sent an e-copy of High Heels and Big Deals as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.
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