What do Kelly Clarkson and Kanye West have in common? Avery Flynn’s new Harbor City romantic comedy, The Schemer
Guess who's here today?! One of my favoritest authors to hang with, whose stories always make me laugh, shiver, and sometimes even cry. Avery Flynn, the GraveTells 2016 Author of the Year, is joining us today, lovelies, and she's treating us to a peek inside her newest release, The Schemer. I challenged Avery to pick a theme song for her hero and heroine—click through to see what she chose!
April 30, 2017
The Negotiator by Avery Flynn #BookReview #excerpt
CEO Sawyer Carlyle needs a personal buffer, someone to shield him from his mother's relentless society wife matchmaking so he can concentrate on closing the business deal he's been nurturing for three years. Clover Lee needs a temporary job to fund her next adventure. When Clover manages to corral Ms. Carlyle with ease, Sawyer realized she may be perfect as more than a buffer, and their fake engagement is born. Only the longer they fake it, the more real it gets. Can these two people, who are about as different as a couple can get, work through their personal hang ups before they kill the best thing to ever happen to them?
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