Grandma is NOT taking over my love life. I don’t care who I have to fake date to get me out of this.
My grandma is trying to hook me up. To be painfully specific, my seventy-five-year-old grandmother thinks a little hanky-panky would cheer me up. Direct quote.
Since I’m currently banished from the big city and living in her house in some small town, I can’t escape the endless line of grandchildren of friends who keep ‘dropping by’ for dinner. Literally, I can’t escape. I can barely manage the trek to the dining room at this point.
While Grandma’s determined to find me a husband, I’m determined to learn how to walk again so I can walk away from this small town and her matchmaking skills. Spoiler alert: She has no matchmaking skills.
But then I get a brilliant idea. I can fake date my physical therapist. If the hospital held a most eligible bachelor contest, Brodie would win hands down. He’s kind, patient, and sexy with a capital S.
Perfect material for a fake date. Except he wants a real date. Gulp. A real date with me? Is he for real? I’m no longer the stylish girl with the glamorous job in the big city. Now, I’m a woman with a shattered leg and a scarred face.
Can he convince me to give love in a small town a chance? Or am I headed straight back to the big city as soon as I can walk again?
This scarred heroine small town romantic comedy features a woman who thinks her life is over because of a couple of scars, a man determined to prove she’s beautiful because of and not despite her scars, and an interfering Grandma who thinks matchmaking her granddaughter is the best way to prove her love. It’s not.
About Face is a standalone book in the Love in the Suburbs small town romantic comedy series.