Read It Again Bookstore is very excited to welcome back one of our favorite authors, Tracy Solheim. Tracy will be signing copies of her newest book, It Had to Be You, on June 3rd from 12 to 2 pm.
USA Today bestselling author Tracy Solheim writes books with shirtless men on the cover. Some of them are actually best-sellers. The books, not the men. When she's not writing, she's practicing her curling. . . bottles of wine, that is. She's been known to cook dinner but no more than two nights in a row. Most days, she'd rather be reading, which to her is just necessary research. She lives in the suburbs of Atlanta with her husband and a neurotic Labrador retriever. Her two adult children visit but not often enough. (See the note above about cooking.) Check out her romantic suspense series featuring the Men of the Secret Service--shirtless, of course! See what she’s up to at www.tracysolheim.com
It Had to Be You: A small town second chances romance (Chances Inlet Contemporary Romance Book 4)
It's hard to keep a big secret in a small town . . .
Paige Hollister’s life takes an unexpected turn when she discovers her “Mr. Right” already has a “Mrs. Right.” As if that wasn’t enough, she suddenly finds herself labeled the other woman and out of a teaching job. Swearing off men forever, she does what every unemployed woman staring thirty in the face does: She heads to the beach. Bad luck like hers is hard to outrun, however. During the road trip, her car breaks down in a small town chock full of meddling, nosy residents. The worst of them being the local sheriff—none other than her estranged father.
Tanner Gillette is finally on top of the golf world, poised to show everyone he’s not just an entitled playboy coasting through life on his pedigree. His world is turned upside down when a little girl shows up alone on his doorstep with a birth certificate inexplicably bearing his name. Solving the mystery of the child’s missing mother is complicated by the fact the little girl isn’t talking. When the stress of sudden guardianship gives Tanner a bad case of the yips, he’s forced to enlist the aid of the one person in town who can’t wait to leave.
What neither of them counts on is the off-the-charts chemistry threatening to derail their attempts to recapture their carefully planned solo lives.