To Get Me To You: A Small Town Southern Romance (Wishful Romance) (Volume 1)

November 21, 2018 - Comment

Just a city girl, living in a lonely world Displaced Steel Magnolia Norah Burke doesn’t know the meaning of failure. But when she threatens to blow the whistle on some shady business practices at her Chicago marketing firm, she gets fired fast as all get out. Licking her wounds, she heads back below the Mason-Dixon

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Just a city girl, living in a lonely world

Displaced Steel Magnolia Norah Burke doesn’t know the meaning of failure. But when she threatens to blow the whistle on some shady business practices at her Chicago marketing firm, she gets fired fast as all get out. Licking her wounds, she heads back below the Mason-Dixon for a little home-grown Southern comfort.

Just a small town boy

With his iron-clad Mississippi roots, Councilman Cam Crawford is a man who values tradition, preservation, and the love of a good dog. When a big box warehouse store tries to capitalize on his hometown’s economic downturn, it seriously burns his biscuit. He’s not about to let anyone’s ambition destroy what he holds dear.

A David vs. Goliath story with a side of grits.

This unlikely pair just might be the perfect allies–in war and out. But as the battle to stop GrandGoods heats up and sparks of attraction turn to something more, will Norah’s bigger-picture perspective go with Cam’s “keep it as it is” attitude? Are they meant to be like biscuits and gravy? Or are they just as wrong as un-sweet tea?

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Anonymous says:

Has it all: characters, story, setting and romance Nolan writes in a way that draws me into the story. Even though these character experiences were far out of my realm of experience, I felt them. I believed them. And now I know the characters of Wishful, MI, and I’m ready to return to the town again and again.I don’t read erotic romances, generally because I don’t need the have sex scenes spelled out for me. I’ve got a great imagination, so focusing on the inner thoughts more than the outer happenings is my preference for these types of…

Anonymous says:

Less details would have made a better story It felt, after a time, that somebody had gifted the writer with a ream of paper, and said, “You go, girl – fill it up!” Nothing else seems to explain the endless, needless details. I dont really need to know ev-er-y little detail about the entire town, each person, place, and conversation.For me, this book just went too far entirely into what was, after all, irrelavent and unnecessary clutter in what could have been a much better book, in about half the space.

Anonymous says:

A romance that saves a town I’ve complained in the past that I hate romances where the characters have unrealistic amounts of free time because they have jobs that they never seem to actually do.I’ve just encountered the opposite problem. Norah may have lost her job, but she definitely still has ambition and a calling–she just puts her real life temporarily on hold to help her best friend’s family save their small Southern town from financial crisis. And Cam runs his own small business while also serving on…

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