Debating Romance by Cindy Kirk + Giveaway
A long time ago in a high school far away...Primrose Bloom and Max Brody were debate partners. Fast forward a decade and Prim is a single mom not looking for love. But when she returns to her home town of Good Hope, Wisconsin and back into Max's life.
In honor of their time in high school, Prim and Max from Cindy Kirk's newest contemporary romance SUMMER IN GOOD HOPE debate why or why not they should become romantically involved.
Prim: I’ve made the decision not to get romantically involved with anyone until the boys are out of high school. The twins have to be my priority.
Max: It’s not healthy for you to focus all your time and energies on your children. Your boys need to see you taking time for yourself.
Prim: Between my Cherries duties and my family, I don’t have any free time. Besides Ido take time for myself. Every night before bed I complete a couple of Sudoku puzzles. Extreme level.
Max: I love difficult puzzles, too. But that isn’t what I meant by taking time for yourself.
Prim: Okay, give me an example of what would fit your criteria.
Max: Going with me to the beach, for a start. It doesn’t have to be a romantic thing. We could hang out as friends. In high school you and I were buddies as well as debate partners.
Prim: Would kissing be a part of this friendship? I seem to recall a kiss you gave me after we won the math-a-lete competition.
Max: You remember that kiss?
Prim: *rolls her eyes*
Max: Any kissing is totally up to you, Prim. Totally up to you.
Summer in Good Hope - A Good Hope Novel, #2
A widow at twenty-six, Primrose Bloom returns to idyllic Good Hope, Wisconsin, with her two rambunctious young boys, seeking the beauty of the lakeside landscape and the comfort of home. After the loss of her husband and her job, all she’s looking for is peace.
Prim is resolved not to date again until her boys are in college, but her will starts crumbling whenever she’s around her former high school debate partner, Max Brody—who just happens to live in the charming cottage next door. Max has reservations of his own about giving love a second chance and is determined to keep his distance. But when the two pair up to work on the town’s Fourth of July celebration, the fireworks over Green Bay aren’t the only sparks flying. Are Prim and the small-town boy she left behind perfectly wrong for each other…or perfectly right?
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Cindy Kirk started writing after taking a class at a local community college. But her interest in the written word began years earlier, when she was in her teens. At sixteen, she wrote in her diary: “I don’t know what I would do if I couldn’t be a writer.” After her daughter went to college, she turned to her first love and jumped straight into book-length fiction. She loves reading and writing romance novels because she believes in the power of love and in happily ever after. An incurable romantic and an eternal optimist, Kirk loves seeing her characters grow and learn from their mistakes and, in the process, achieve a happy ending through the power of love. She and her high-school-sweetheart husband live in Nebraska with their two dogs.
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