Sometimes you just want to read something that makes you feel good, don’t you? You want to read a story that makes you laugh, a story that makes you smile and sigh with the satisfaction of a heart-warming love story. My featured author today writes exactly that kind of book. She’s Barb Meyers, and she specializes in making you feel good.
“Barbara Meyers has written a heart-warming story of love and new beginnings as her endearing, small town heroine searches for success and finds it in unexpected places.”
Here’s the blurb for A Month From Miami:
Hair stylist Kaylee escapes small town life and is on her way to big city glamour and sophistication when her car breaks down in a small Florida town. Broke and stranded she trades baby-sitting for car repairs with single dad mechanic Rick. She’s only a month away from Miami, but there’s thief after the secret stash hidden in her gas tank, the FBI not far behind, a little girl who wants a mommy and a special man who’s thrown a wrench into her carefully laid plans.
Sounds like fun, doesn’t it? Yes, it’s great to read about dukes and shapeshifters, Greek millionaires and ruthless princes, but every once in a while it’s really nice to read books about normal people, even if those normal people have to deal with FBI agents and jewel thieves! And with Barb, you can be guaranteed of a heart-warming, happy ending.
Fortunately for her fans, Barb has just released a new book with Samhain. It’s called A Forever Kind of Guy, and it sounds just wonderful:
Here’s the blurb for A Forever Kind of Guy:
First on Hayley Christopher’s list to get her train-wreck life back on track: stay away from men. Especially the ones who cause a ripple effect of bad decisions.
Still reeling from a high-profile divorce, the college dropout and former pro cheerleader is stumbling through yet another challenge—temporary custody of her nephew, Fletcher. No one knows better than Hayley that she’s not mother material. When she opens the door to her new landlord and old flame, she wonders just how many more past mistakes she is destined to pay for.
After the death of his wife, Ray Braddock is still putting the pieces back together. Hayley—and the silent little boy at her side—both bristle with emotional barriers so high, it appears no one but him can see that together, three broken people just might make a whole family.
As she watches Fletcher respond to Ray’s patient care, Hayley’s determination to hold on to her heart begins to soften. But just when she begins to think that Ray is one opportunity she shouldn’t let slip by, Fletcher’s gang-connected father threatens to make her pay for the one good choice she ever made…
Sounds exactly like the kind of contemporary romance I love to read! If you like your romance on the real side, with dashes of humor and a whole lot of heart, I think you’ll really like Barb’s books.
For my readers today, Barb is giving away a copy of A Month From Miami. Since Barb writes contemporary romance, let’s talk about that. What do you like in your contemporaries? Do you like stories about regular kinds of folks facing the challenges of life, or do you prefer more action-packed, high concept romances with lots of glamor, wealth, and adventure? Or both? One person who comments will win a copy of Barb’s book.