Genre: Over 40 Romance Stand alone
Release Date: September 12, 2019
Olivet Pierson needs his land.
Name your price, Mr. Harrington.
She has her reasons, and this muscular mountain of masculinity isn’t going to get in her way. However, her heart has a different plan after she accepts his crazy conditions: three nights up on the ridge.
George Harrington is a quiet, giant of a man.
No sale, Cricket.
He’s a war hero, a widower, and COO for the family brewing company, but his life lacks spontaneity. Then, she arrives, chirping away at him, roaming his body with those sky-blue eyes, and negotiating for something he won’t put a price on. Too bad his heart is immediately sold.
With the challenge accepted, this silver fox can no longer deny his desires for something a little different.
Welcome to Blue Ridge where sexy silver foxes meet their match of feisty vixens.
The Harrington brothers are a spin-off from Second Chance, but don’t you worry, this over 40 romance can be enjoyed as a stand-alone.
PP’s Bookshelf - “Sexy. Emotional. Angsty. Real. Honest. Heartbreaking. Swoonworthy. Heartwarming.”
Bibliophile Chloe - “Ms. Dunbar doesn't fail to amaze me with her writing of mature characters, still full of life, still wanting to find love and the holy hotness of the chemistry and smexy times!”
Cee Cee Houston - “L.B. Dunbar has found her niche. The over 40’s is definitely a trope she does extremely well.”
When a man is named Giant as a nickname, you know what to expect. He is also a middle aged man who has experienced war and great loss in his life. Now, all he wants is peace and quiet, a beer, and a hike through his wonderful land.
All is seemingly fine, until Letty is given the assignment to go and purchase the land Giant owns so her uncle's realty firm can make a ton of money. Let's face it. Letty is not the best sales person, but she is the most motivated woman you ever met. No matter what she does, or what her good intentions are, she always manages to mess up. So, imagine Giant, a man who does not talk much and loves silence. Add Letty, who talks incessantly when she is nervous (and Giant makes her very nervous). And you have the recipe for an incredible hike through Blue Ridge.
You would never expect these two characters would have so much in common. They both are lonely. Both of them also have a longing for a real family and a connection to another human being that will put some sazz into their lives.
I am voluntarily reviewing this book. Thanks to the author for sharing a copy with me.
L.B. Dunbar loves the sweeter things in life: cookies, Coca-Cola, and romance. Her reading journey began with a deep love of fairy tales and alpha males. She loves a deep belly laugh and a strong hug. Occasionally, she has the energy of a Jack Russell terrier. Accused—yes, that’s the correct word—of having an overactive imagination, to her benefit, such an imagination works well. Author of over two dozen novels, she’s created sexy rom-coms for the over 40; intrigue on an island; MMA chaos; rock star mayhem, and sweet small-town romance. In addition, she earned a title as the “myth and legend lady” for her modernizations of mythology as elda lore. Her other duties in life include mother to four children and wife to the one and only.