Trust in Me (Contemporary Romance)

Trust in Me (Contemporary Romance)

by Beth Cornelison

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A hero for the rest of us...

Escaping the cheating fiancé and sheltered life her father has arranged for her, Claire Albritton wants nothing more than to take control of her life and learn to fight her own battles.

Kevin Fuller believes he must rescue damsels in distress, and Claire is decidedly out of her element in small town South Carolina. When trouble inevitably finds Claire, Kevin's white knight protection and heroics are exactly what Claire doesn't want. But his kisses...that's another matter.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013836198
Publisher: TKA Distribution
Publication date: 12/11/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Award winning author Beth Cornelison received her bachelor's degree in Public Relations from the University of Georgia. After working in public relations for about a year, she moved with her husband to Louisiana, where she decided to pursue her love of writing fiction. Since that time, she has won numerous honors for her work including a final in the Rita contest sponsored by the Romance Writers of America. She made her first sale to Silhouette Intimate Moments in June 2004 and has gone on to sell many more books to Harlequin/ Silhouette. She has also published with Five Star Expressions, Samhain Publishing, and Sourcebooks.

Beth has presented workshops across the country to numerous chapter meetings, conferences, online classes and book clubs. Beth Cornelison lives in Louisiana with her husband, one son and a fluctuating number of cats who think they are people.

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Trust in Me 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
jjmcgaffey on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Fun! I like both Kevin and Claire - and Lydia, and Mrs. Proctor, and most everyone else. I'd like to see how Ray gets along, too - as far as I can tell this isn't a series book, which is a pity. An interesting theme - three different angles on independence and making it by him/herself. Claire is funny in the hardware store - utterly out of her usual milieu, and working hard to find her feet. The romance proceeds just a little too quickly - admittedly, Kevin getting beat up for her is kind of heroic, but still... There's some awkward phrasings, a few wrong words (I do not think that word means what you think it means...), and a very few typos - not enough to throw me out of the story, but enough for me to notice. I'm a little more sensitive to that kind of thing in ebooks, though. Good story, and I'm interested to see some of her others now.