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Arthur Burton wants a lover and partner, but no man seems to want to be with the local insurance agent. He’s not the bland two-dimensional man on the billboards, but he hasn’t been given the chance to show his colors.
Summer Rain Davis embodies the bohemian lifestyle. He loves his arts and crafts. He’s always had a thing for the buttoned-up professional types and when he’s set up with Arthur, sparks fly.
Love is possible in a small town if Arthur and Summer Rain are willing to give their romance a try.
Can these two men, seemingly total opposites, find common ground and love to last a lifetime? Or will their differences keep them apart?
Read an Excerpt: James plunged the comb into the blue solution and his scissors into the sink. He wiped his hands. “About your dating situation…go to Club Jester on Friday at nine. Dress like you, but be casual. I want you to meet my friend, Summer Rain.”
“A girl?” He’d never heard of anyone named Summer Rain.
“No, he’s a guy.” James removed the cape. “A great guy who ticks your boxes.”
“Named Summer Rain?” It seemed like an odd moniker for a man.
“Yes, and trust me. I have the golden touch.” James picked up a tablet. “Do you want a two-month appointment or six weeks?”
“Six weeks.” He set up his next slot with James, then offered his credit card to pay. “You said nine on Friday night?”
“Yes. Club Jester. His name is Summer Rain. It’ll be great.” James swiped the card. “If you don’t hit it off, then the next appointment is on me.”
He had nothing to lose. “Okay.”
“You’ll be meeting your destiny.” James handed him back the card. “Plus, you look fierce. Any man would be nuts to pass you up.”
He wasn’t sure he believed James, but why not? “You’re right.”
“I know I am.” James winked. “Feel better?”
“I do.” Almost like he could conquer the world. He handed James a twenty as a tip.
“Then there we go. Thank you and I’ll see you in six weeks.” James grinned. “Maybe I’ll have named the dog by then.”
“I’ll bet you do.” Maybe he’d find love by then, too. It couldn't hurt to try.
About the Author:
When she’s not writing, Megan spends time with her husband and son as well as three dogs and three cats. She enjoys art, music and racing, but football is her sport of choice. She’s an active member of the Friends of the Keystone-LaGrange Public library.
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