Today we’re spotlighting ten contemporary romance novels from Tracy Ewens! Each Love Story is a standalone, though there are some shared characters throughout the books. Smooth is the latest in the collection and comes out January 23rd!
Check out these love stories:
Premiere – A Love Story
Candidate – A Love Story
Taste – A Love Story
Reserved – A Love Story
Stirred – A Love Story
Vacancy – A Love Story
Playbook – A Love Story
Excerpt from Playbook: A Love Story by Tracy Ewens
“Okay. I give up. What’s wrong with you?” she asked, bold and confident as she walked into the coaches’ offices and found Dane standing behind his desk, writing something on a whiteboard that took up the entire back wall. Yes, she’d looked up his office location online last night. He didn’t need to know that.
“Sorry?” He put the cap on his marker and turned as if he’d expected to see her.
That irked her, and the caffeine was now in full force.
“You’re… you.” Her hands flew back and forth. “You’re not a misogynistic idiot. You have a favorite princess for crying out loud. Stop it. Stop being the way you are because there’s no way that you… are the way you are, and I don’t have time for games. I’m tired. I forgot my lunch. Stop.”
“Anna, is this your way of saying you like me?” Dane quirked a brow.
“What? What are we, twelve? I don’t… like you. I’m simply putting you on notice that I am not susceptible to your whole hot-smart-guy-who-loves-kids routine. You’re a football coach, you are football, so… this isn’t my first rodeo. Play your games somewhere else, cowboy.”
Oh wow, that sounded much better when Cynda said it. Anna had slipped into crazy town and suddenly the waffle, along with the extra whipped cream and strawberries, was not sitting well.
Dane, to his credit, seemed like he was actually trying to sort through her babbling, but she knew better now. He was gearing up, getting ready to strike.
“Is that your original material, or do you have a fight writer?”
“This isn’t my first rodeo? Not exactly your style, Professor. Just to clarify, is this our first fight?”
Anna shook her head, frustration building. He looked so damn smug and well-rested. “Cynda says it, the rodeo thing. Thought I’d try it out. Who cares? The point is that you—”
“Cowboy? I’ve never been called a cowboy and considering I’m not a fan, that one kind of hurt.”
What was he talking about?
“They’re a football team. The Dallas Cowboys?”
“I know that! Just stop. Okay. We don’t need to launch into some clever banter and no, this is not our first fight. We will not be fighting. I just want to go back to the way things were three weeks ago before you showed up and started poking your nose into my classroom.”
Exposure – A Love Story
Brew – A Love Story
Smooth – A Love Story
If only life came with a guarantee.
Patrick McNaughton wants more. More people drinking Foghorn’s beer, more money to push their brewery past the competition, and more cooperation from his brothers, who have no sense of urgency. He’s all about conquering one challenge on his way to the next, so long as there’s a remote chance of winning. That’s why Aspen Pane sits in the office down the hall, oblivious to his attraction. Patrick has always wanted more with her, but he never was one to risk it all.
Aspen Pane has more than enough. As business manager for Foghorn, she keeps the brewery in the black and lives up to the nickname the McNaughton brothers gave her—Wonder Woman. She’s worked hard her whole life for the money she now has in the bank, the small house she calls home, and time with her friends. So, even though it seems everyone close to her, including her brother, is inconveniently falling in love, Aspen sticks with her to-do list. Because love risks everything and she doesn’t do that for anyone.
After an unexpected flight and an eccentric venture capitalist thrust them into a battle of wits and lies even they’re not sure they can win, Patrick and Aspen must learn the difference between making a connection and making money. They may need to face their fears and risk it all in the name of finding a new work-love balance.
About Tracy Ewens:
Tracy Ewens shares a beautiful piece of desert with her husband and three children in New River, Arizona. She is a recovered theater major who walks her dog Jack, drinks copious amounts of tea, and reads well past her bedtime.
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