The Kickboxer Trevor “Tig” Mashburn is a man on the edge: on the edge of his twenties, on the edge of giving up his dreams of becoming an MMA fighter, and on the edge of losing the family farm.
Little Miss Perfect
Charlotte Markham always seemed to have it all: family, wealth, career, but now, at age thirty-six, she’s tired of being Little Miss Perfect and just wants to be herself.
When Charlotte has a chance encounter with Tig, he impresses her with his brash confidence and complete honesty. Tig immediately responds to Charlotte’s sweet demeanor, and feels compelled to encourage the fragile woman from underneath her veneer of perfection. Opposites attract, but Tig and Charlotte’s relationship is more complementary than chaotic. Together, they help each other become their best selves.
“5 fight me stars!!! Tig, Tig, Tig…. that’s all you need to know!!!” – Alpha Book Club
“Tig is a sweetheart, even for being a “fighter”. He’s definitely more lover than fighter. His southern charm and manners were just refreshing.” – TBR Book Blog
“This was my first book by this author and after getting a third of the way through I quickly bought her other books.” – Loves 2 Read Romance
“Charlotte.” Tig’s voice and eyes softened. “Life’s too short to surround yourself with things you hate, and people that make you feel like you’re wanting.” He sighed and shook his head.
Josie Kerr is transplanted West Texan living on the edge of semi-profoundly rural Georgia, a.k.a. the southernmost edge of the northernmost county in Metro Atlanta.
She has an M.Ed. in Secondary English Education, but discovered that she hated high school more the second time than she did the first, so she decided to meld her love of technology with her background in education and became an Instructional Designer. When not writing articles about how to fire someone without getting sued or why you should really not apply for jobs using your SexxyStud99@aol.com email address, she writes steamy romance novels that feature grown-up Heroes and Heroines.
I love this quote, Diana
“I’m wondering what to read next.” — Matilda, Roald Dahl