She's newly single and determined to never fall for a military man again.
He's a sexy officer who doesn't believe in love.
And they think they can handle a no-strings relationship.
Bless their hearts.
She’s no damsel in distress
Anna Martin's newly single and determined to never fall for a military man again. So when Mr. Swoony, sweep-her-off-her-feet saves her from a swarm of fire ants, she says thank you and sends this officer and gentleman on his merry way. But those dang butterflies in her stomach won't stop swarming now. She needs to get this man out of her system stat so she can get back to her to do list. One that does not include a sexy, blue-eyed, dimple-cheeked military officer.
He’s a knight in camouflage armor
Jackson Davis believes in family, football, and Uncle Sam. He treats people right, he takes his military uniform seriously, and he loves his dog, but he’s not built for true love. After all, if a man good as his daddy—his hero—couldn’t do it right, what chance does Jackson have?
And they think they can keep friends-with-benefits as a no-strings affair
Sometimes it's best to just give in and get it out of your system. Right? Neither of them are looking for anything long-term. It could be fun…Bless their Hearts. They’re both gonna end up with a big ol’ case of Southern Fried Blues.
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Southern Fried Blues
This book is great. Two people who don't want commitment find each other and discover that they really do believe in love and happy ever afters. I laughed out loud a lot through this book. I loved that Mamie writes romance books and that Jackson reads them. Jackson is a true southern gentleman. Anna and her labelmaker take organising to a whole new level. I love the southernisms (I don't know if that is a word but it should be.) Looking forward to the next book in this series.