(Romance novelist Ethan Cobalt debuts with this sweet romance in which a photojournalist and her boss go from butting heads and bickering to falling fast in love.)
Photojournalist Laura Pendleton and Jonathan Brenner, her new boss, couldn’t be less compatible.
He’s the big city, hotshot journalist.
She’s the small town, old soul.
He’s the blazer-clad executive whose ambition will fast-track him to the top.
She sports a messy top bun and knows everyone in her community on a first-name basis.
He’s the world-wise, naturally skeptical shark, always on the hunt for a good scoop.
She’s the whimsical, sentimentalist, always on the hunt for the perfect lavender bath bomb.
But when Laura’s newspaper gets bought out by a big media conglomerate, her choice is to adapt or get canned.
Jonathan’s reputation precedes him.
Laura tells herself the plan is simple:
Clock in, shoot great photos, and don’t let “the man” turn you into something you’re not.
But what happens when “the man” ends up being cute, witty, and quite possibly falling for you?
Full length wholesome and clean romance with banter and suspense. The newschool bossman meets the photographer with her head in the clouds. They’re sure to be the perfect couple, if they can stop butting heads long enough to see it.
Don’t miss Ethan Cobalt’s sweet romance novella in which a bookish psych-student and a down on his luck barista brew up a robust romance.
Ryne is almost halfway through his twenties with nothing to show for it. Everyday consists of lugging himself into his dead-end job at the Rise N Grind Coffee Shop. Every night, he drives home in his barely street-legal rust bucket to his studio apartment.
Ryne’s only escape is fantasizing about the latest sci-fi flick as he froths milk or grinds beans. That is, until Lizzie shows up.
Lizzie has her life together. She’s bookish and smart. She’s a natural leader. And soon, she’ll have a degree in psychology.
Ryne’s life is like espresso: bitter, dark, and intense.
Lizzie is like vanilla-bean ice cream: sweet, light, and satisfying.
Ryne is convinced that together, they could make the perfect blend…like his signature drink, the affogato. But can he convince her that a romance is percolating?