Authors Janis McCurry and Lynn Mapp Release New Romantic Comedy - Spring
Authors Janis McCurry and Lynn Mapp are pleased to announce the release of their new chick lit, romantic comedy, multicultural romance entitled Spring. Released in March 2021, the book is already receiving rave reviews from readers and reviewers. This is the fourth book in their Matchmaker Chronicles Duets series.
Mothers. Meddling. Matchmaking. What could possibly go wrong?
Matchmakers Maggie Barnes and Rina Thorn are back “helping” two new couples navigate the journey to find love.
It’s a simple marriage of convenience. She needs a temporary husband. He needs the money she’s offering.
Christy Roban walked away from her brief marriage with a battered heart and damaged pride. The entanglement-free life she’s built suits her just fine, until she finds herself in need of a temporary husband.
A committed relationship is the last thing Aaron Thorn is looking for, but Christy makes an offer he can’t refuse. Besides, he’s a sucker for a damsel in distress.
What happens when the lines blur and their simple fake marriage of convenience starts to feel like the real thing?
* * *
He starts their relationship with a lie. Now he has to tell her the truth.
Disillusioned by his broken engagement, Phil Wentworth wants a woman to love him for the person he is, not the riches he has. He wants a future with Marissa, but when she finds out he lied, will she forgive him?
Marissa Stone didn’t expect falling in love would be so complicated. They are from two different worlds. What if their sizzling chemistry fades? What if she’s only a rebound romance? Can she trust him again and find her happily ever after?
The Matchmaker Chronicles Duets, Book 4
By Janis McCurry and Lynn Mapp
Publisher: Mapp & McCurry LLC
Published: March 2021
Genre: Chick Lit, Romance, Romantic Comedy, Women's Fiction, Multicultural Romance
About the Authors:
Janis McCurry was born and raised in Boise, Idaho, nestled in the beautiful Treasure Valley. She’s never wanted to live anywhere else. She loves to write believable characters with humor and tenderness. She writes romance because she believes in happy endings, whether with a first-time or a second-chance love.
Lynn Mapp was a Navy brat, born in San Diego, California. While she was born in California, her Idaho roots are deep. Her mother and grandfather were Idaho natives. She has always looked for happily ever afters, the light after the darkness. Families and humor are central in her life and her stories.
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