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Should Have Known

(The seventh book in the Lake Spark World series)
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A hockey player writing you love letters? That's what happens when the man who is my opposite insists that he's the one for me.

Having a not-so-smooth check-in at a small town inn can be blamed on meeting Stone Madden, the cocky retired hockey star with a tight jawline. Apparently, he's the man behind the writer I assumed was a recluse with whom I'm stuck on a writing retreat. We couldn't be further apart, I write romance, and he writes about sports. At first sight, we both desire to make each day miserable due to our apparent lack of enthusiasm for one another. But it doesn't take long to discover that we click with an inflammable instant attraction. The fire I thought I'd lost inside of me begins to return.

Because of him.

Together, we unlock the unexpected, a strong bond we don't want to break after our retreat ends. And we don't. There may be distance on a map between us, but our emails and my visits to his quirky small town bring us even closer. Stone entered my life as the key to healing my emotional wounds and giving me my love story. Eventually, something has to give, and my heart can't handle the risk. But Stone won't give up, and in retrospect, the moment our eyes first connected is when I should have known…

Stone and Harlow bring the feels and steam in this he-falls-first and instalove romance. It is the first standalone book in the Lake Spark Inn series, which is part of the Lake Spark world where small-town romance has a hint of hockey.

Author's note: Like all of my books, Should Have Known is a heartwarming, feel-good romance full of banter and steam. However, it does reference assault from the past (off-page).

Genre: Romance

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