All librarians wear cardigans, sensible shoes and glasses, right? Think again.
Gina Bradshaw has kept her heart under lock and key for years. Casual relationships have been the norm until the new librarian comes to town. Now she's fighting against every instinct to keep her heart intact and stumbling headlong into the hot Scots' arms, determined this is just another summer fling, casual, no strings attached.
Adam Cameron, lean-muscled, tall and handsome as sin, knows that Gina Bradshaw is The One from the first moment he sees her. Now all he has to do is convince her that he's right, but the lass is proving to be obstinate. All the better as he likes nothing more than a challenge, especially when the goal is not only bedding her, but wedding her, too.
Love Long Overdue is the first in a new contemporary romance series, and an excerpt from Sweet Binding Love, due out in early November, 2018, is included as a fun bonus for my readers!
About the Author
About the Author
Thank you for purchasing my book, and I hope you enjoyed it! To find out more about the next book in this new series and more, visit my website and sign up for my newsletters.
Claire Hadleigh has been an avid reader ever since she opened that first Nancy Drew mystery years ago. She enjoys reading romances, mysteries and the classics, has taught writing at the college level and worked in academic and public libraries for over twenty years.
Hadleigh holds a Master's in English and a second Masters in Library Science. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America. Her other interests include gardening, painting, photography, quilting, knitting, crochet and travel -- and let's not forget about chocolate.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A fun book full of humor, romance, taking chances all with a Scottish smile. I’d write more but I need to check to see what my Librarian looks like....lol
I really enjoyed this book about Gina and Adam, from the moment they met until the very end. It made me smile and made me cry (just a little). Well written, great characters. Definitely worth reading! I received an arc of this book and this is my voluntary and honest opinion.