When you’ve known him all your life, and he’s suddenly looking at you like he sees you, what do you do?
Apparently, fall in Love in C Minor.
Reagan Meeks is has been in love with Ridley Goss, pretty much forever. She’s watched him get involved with every wrong girl throughout her whole life, and silently she’s loved him. She’s fought
it, but she’s loved him.
But when Rid starts looking at her in ways that melt her, she doesn’t know what to think. Suddenly, he’s saving her in a lurch and watching her like he’s noticing her.
Or was he looking all along?
In this new contemporary romance from the killer team of Mindy Hayes and Michele G. Miller (as Mindy Michele), we are drawn into the lives of smalltown Kansas and the heartbreak and all-consuming fire of young love. The first book in the Backroads Duality, the team delivers a story that pulls you into this couple’s smolder from chapter one.
Though, it should be noted here that they use “Queen Bee” as a negative descriptor, and, as we at the Hive know, Queen Bees can only be awesome. It’s ok; we’ll just need to re-educate with the best honey 😉
You will clearly love this couple, but one of the additional secondary themes in this story is the relationship between Reagan and her mother, the mayor of their small town. A strong woman who desperately wants to leave her mark and also mold her daughter into a leader, she doesn’t always hear what her daughter doesn’t say.
Relationships are hard; the bonds between mothers and daughters run deep. In honor of this beautifully-crafted story, we’re giving away TWO prize packs to lucky winners, which include:
$10 Amazon gift card
e-copy of Love in C Minor by Mindy Michele
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