Coast to Coast

| September 7, 2019

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Cheyenne Carson’s life is in a slump. After turning down a marriage proposal, she moves home to the family farm. The aspiring pastry chef is feeling discouraged over her floundering love life and nonexistent career when her brother makes her an offer she can’t refuse. A job that includes a six-week, all expense paid trip across Canada in an RV. And ten thousand dollars.
Abraham McLean just graduated from college with a degree in marketing. The confirmed bachelor is looking forward to his first job. What could be better than getting paid ten grand to travel across Canada in a luxury RV with your best friend?

Cheyenne
This is not how my life was supposed to go. But here I am. Back on my family’s farm, milking cows and shoveling manure. I should be in a fancy kitchen somewhere, baking five tier cakes and perfect soufflés while daydreaming about all the orgasms my husband gives me every night. But I’m not married. And I’m sexually frustrated. There’s only one man that gets my juices flowing. My brother’s best friend. I haven’t seen Abe in seven years, but I still fantasize about him. I never expected to see him again. And now I’m alone with him, on a road trip across Canada.

Abe
Life was good. I had everything I thought I needed to be happy. A college degree, a job offer in New York, a trust fund, and a different woman in my bed every night. I only answered to myself.
Now, I’m in over my head. I was really looking forward to this trip. Six weeks in a luxury RV with my best friend, driving across Canada. One week in, and my buddy and his girlfriend had to bail. I promised I’d take care of his little sister. And I did. Last night. We agreed to a no strings, casual arrangement. I don’t do relationships. There’s only one problem. I’m falling for her.

Coast to Coast is a full length, 65,000 word, standalone novel with a dual POV and a guaranteed HEA. No cliffhangers. This novel contains foul language and graphic sexual content that may be offensive to some people and is not suitable for persons under the age of 18.

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