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Shooting Star Love

(The second book in the Wishing Well: Hometown Heart series)
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Kane Kingston was unofficially Wishing Well’s Most Eligible Bachelor, whether he liked it or not. The single dad was a hot-with-capital-H commodity in the small town. The pro column of his attributes read like a laundry list of sexy qualities that made him catnip for all the single ladies.

Not afraid of commitment.
Check. He was ready to put a ring on it.

Man in uniform.
Check. He was one of Wishing Well’s finest, sworn to protect and serve.

Family orientated.
Check. His four-year-old daughter had him wrapped around her little finger.

Check. He stood 6’4” with an athletic frame and tattooed arms.

Honest. Hardworking. Loyal.
Check. Check. Check.

There was only one teeny, tiny item in the con category. He didn’t date—not casually, anyway. He knew exactly what he was looking for and refused to compromise or settle in his pursuit of Mrs. Right. He just never expected to find her in the form of his best friend’s little sister. Ruby Rhodes was the one person who was off-limits, and the one person he was ready to bend, even break, all his rules for.

Ruby Rhodes was officially a hot mess, whether she wanted to admit it or not. The Broadway star was returning to her hometown with her proverbial tail between her legs. She’d always dreamed of her homecoming involving more pomp and circumstance, like cutting the ribbon on the theater that she donated to the high school with her millions. Instead, she was returning with a laundry list of failures.

Viral video scandal.
Check. The five-minute clip had millions of views and was the genesis of her current life crisis.

Check. Within a week of the video’s release, she’d lost not one but two jobs.

Check. She caught her boyfriend in the shower with her best friend.
Check. Her aforementioned bff was also her roommate.

Broke. Depressed. Defeated.
Check. Check. Check.

The only teeny, tiny item in the pro column of her homecoming came in the form of her lifelong crush, who also happened to be her brother’s best friend. Kane Kingston was the man she measured all other men against, and they always came up lacking. Unfortunately, he was looking for Mrs. Right, and she was definitely Ms. Wrong.

They both agreed nothing could happen between them... but that’s before they ended up under the same roof for the summer.

Author's Note: Shooting Star Love is a best friend’s little sister, single dad, age-gap, former military, nanny, opposites attract, under one roof, tattooed/hot cop hero, hot mess Broadway star heroine small-town romance.

Genre: Romance

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