Romance / Fiction / Romance / Clean & Wholesome
Date de parution: March 31st 2020
Can't Hurry Love
Includes a bonus novella
From a USA Today bestselling author comes a heartwarming romance about a city girl who finds herself widowed in a quirky small town and the new target of the town’s relentless matchmaking Widows Club.
Head-over-heels in love, Lola Williams gave up everything to marry Randy, including a promising career in New York City. Now, after one year of marriage and one year of widowhood, Lola finds herself stranded in Sunshine, Colorado, reeling from the revelation that Randy had secrets she never could have imagined. She swears she’s done with love forever but the matchmaking ladies of the Sunshine Valley Widows Club have different plans…
Sheriff Drew Taylor also knows what it feels like to be unlucky in love. So when Lola comes to him for help uncovering Randy’s hidden life, Drew finds himself saying yes against his better judgment – especially with the Widows Club eyeing them both. Soon enough, Lola is upending Drew’s peaceful, predictable world…and he kind of likes it! But will this big-city girl ever give her heart to a small-town guy again?
Includes the bonus novella “Kiss Me in Sweetwater Springs” by Annie Rains!
"Nobody does emotional, heartwarming small-town romance like Melinda Curtis. This is a wonderful tonic of a book."—Jayne Ann Krentz, New York Times bestselling author
"Curtis weaves laugh-out-loud comic scenes with heartfelt emotions, delivering an endearing, wholesome romance."—Kathleen Gerard, ShelfAwareness.com
"A fun and heartwarming cozy romance read that gave me hours of entertainment!"—TheGenreMinx.com
"A small town brought to life with wit and charm."—Sheila Roberts, New York Times bestselling author
"You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll want to visit again soon!"—Brenda Novak, New York Times bestselling author
"Despite the heaviness of a spouse's death and the bitterness that may come with such intense heartbreaks suffered by both main characters, there's warm and pleasant goofiness to the town of Sunshine and the gentle romance between Drew and Lola. The Sunshine Valley Widows Club probably deserves most of the credit. They steal every scene and have perfect timing with comedic relief or a meaningful word."—KirkusReviews.com