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Publisher Description

From award-winning author Autumn Jordon, comes the next novel in the Perfect Love Series. Spend a day in Black Moose, Vermont and laugh out loud while you see another couple fun in love.

Every team wants third baseman Hudson Mitchel for his skill on the field. Every woman wants him for his bad-boy looks and money. Every fan wants his jersey. And Sport’s World Magazine wants to label him their Sexiest Sports Idol. There’s not a part of Hudson’s life that doesn’t feel toxic. Burnt out, he walks away from intense contract negotiations, dodges the paparazzi, and assumes an identity as a photo journalist in a tiny Vermont village. The last thing he expects to encounter in Black Moose, Vermont is a female who possesses all the qualities he’s imagined in a life-partner. Unfortunately, she’s the only woman on earth not impressed by his charms. Each time he goes to bat, she shuts him out. It’s a good thing Hudson’s never been afraid of a challenge.

Managing her family’s golf course, planning her best friend’s wedding, and fending off the takeover of the town’s fall festival by a rich entrepreneur keeps Sileen Wright too busy to pursue her dreams. She’s even too occupied with other’s problems to notice the handsome guest in cabin twenty until she’s literally pinned under the adonis inside her pickup. The recluse chips his way into her dreams and is stealing her heart— until his identity is revealed. Knowing a fling with the hunky sports idol would only lead to misery, she calls the game.

It’s the bottom of the ninth, the bases are loaded, and the count is three and two. Will Hudson strike out with Sileen or hit the homerun of a lifetime?

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2017
July 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
344
Pages
PUBLISHER
Autumn Jordon
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
407.1
KB

Customer Reviews

Caseygar ,

Perfect Fall

A very well told story with true-to-life, lovable characters and sweet humor that made me smile all the way through. I’ll be re-reading the rest of the stories set in this Vermont town just to re-visit old friends and their stories.

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