Do Me a Favor: A second chance, hilarious rom com! (Mile High Matched Book 4) is LIVE and this one sounds like so much fun (she’s a divorce attorney, and he’s back from the military and now a wedding photographer- and he once tore her heart out!!)
AND YAY US!! Because Christina Hovland is today’s newsletter sponsor and she’s celebrating with an incredible giveaway (open to INTERNATIONAL!!) plus she’s sent over an excerpt for a taste-test. 😉 See what I did there? *giggle*
So what’s it about?
Some days things just click. Today is not that day.
Love is a battlefield, and divorce attorney Sadie Howard is entrenched on the frontlines. She thought she might have met the right man once, but he was a career military guy who got shipped overseas and left her heart on the tarmac. These days, the only commitment Sadie wants is the one she’s made to her Denver law practice.
Combat photographer Roman Dvornakov is back. Fresh out of the U.S. Army, he’s using family connections to snap photos at a few weddings while he builds his civilian photography practice. After all he’s captured on film, a few posed wedding shots should be a cakewalk. Seeing so much death through the camera lens, he’s now ready to build something worth living for. A thriving photography business, definitely. But he’s certain his new mission also includes Sadie, the girl who slipped away.
Sadie isn’t convinced, and she’s not willing to open her heart anytime soon. Besides, she’s got a high-profile divorce case taking up all her attention. Winning the case for her client will make or break her practice. So what if it’s a custody dispute over a ridiculously expensive fish tank? When Roman discovers the soon-to-be divorced couple are still in love, he and his slightly-nutty grandmother, Babushka, are determined to convince them to cancel the proceedings. He’s not camera shy when it comes to matters of the heart, but interfering with Sadie’s clients could wreck her career and any chance they’ll ever have together…
No. Absolutely not. Sadie, don’t do it.
A million gazillion and one. That’s how many reasons Sadie Howard had to slip her tush off the tailgate of the truck, toss her red plastic cup into the nearest bin, track down her brother, and get her butt home.
Roman Dvornakov stalked—yes, oh yes—he stalked her way. Roman didn’t walk. He didn’t run. He didn’t mosey. No, Roman stalked. A muscled man always on a mission.
His mission at the moment? Given the way his gaze bore into hers? Yeah. That.
Do. Not. Do. It.
The last thing she needed was to dive into anything too distracting before she started law school in three weeks.
Three weeks and she would be totally engrossed in all things legal.
Shit. She was toast. Not just toast, but toast with butter and grape jelly.
Totally distracted grape-jellied toast.
“It’s Sadie, yeah?” Roman asked.
Her heart was torn between doing a happy dance that he had remembered her name and a sad-panda waltz because he had to confirm it.
Which really meant that he didn’t remember her name. But rather, he probably remembered that his friend Eli, her brother, had a sister named Sadie and he assumed that was probably her.
“Yes. Sadie.” She futzed with the plastic cup she held between her palms. The beer had warmed a while back. She was better at people-watching at these sorts of desert parties than actually getting the soles of her shoes dirty and socializing.
“The attorney.” Roman’s tongue rolled against his bottom lip while he turned his matching cup in his hands.
“Soon to be. Not yet.”
Another tongue roll and…oh dear, that time? That tongue roll? It did interesting things to her insides. Fluttery things.
He remembered she was going to law school. That was something.
“Roman Dvornakov.” She stared straight ahead as she spoke, afraid that she’d spontaneously combust if she stared at him too long. “Photographer. Military.”
Last she’d heard, he was on a mission that had taken him away from Denver and he hadn’t been back in years. Not that she’d been keeping tabs. She’d been busy as hell getting her degree and working two jobs to help pay for it.
“This seat taken?” His voice wasn’t smooth. It wasn’t gravelly. It was Roman. And it could likely get a girl to drop her panties in two-point-five seconds.
He nodded to the empty space on the tailgate where she sat.
She was so totally gonna let him distract her before classes started.
And NOW…. for the giveaway!!
The author says:
I’d love to have cookies sent to the winner! A dozen of Heather’s famous “cockies” from the book (featuring inappropriate *ahem* shapes) or perfectly appropriate flower-shaped cookies. The winner chooses! Open internationally. ❤️
OMG I LOOOOOVVVE COOKIES!!! And I’d love to see what these inappropriate-shaped ones look like. LOL!!!!!!
How to enter for a chance to win this prize? Just leave a comment below (and better yet, if you have one, tell us your favorite “opposites attract” book – and by 10pm EST, Sunday April 19th, 2020, I will randomly select one lucky commenter as the winner.
The winner will be contacted and will have 48hrs to respond confirming their mailing address, so if you are picked, do not delay or you will lose your chance. This prize will be sent to the winner directly by the author.
Giveaway open to International!!!
P.S. Make sure to check out all of Christina Hovland’s Mile High Matched Comedy Romance Series (each one can be read as a standalone)!!