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Love You

Check out Stacy Finz’s newest release in The Garner Brothers series…Love You!!!

Sexy, smart, and exciting, the Garner brothers have made Glory Junction, California, the country’s top extreme sports town—but there’s no shortage of thrills wherever they go . . .

Darcy Wallace may be an employee at Garner Adventure, but the kind of excitement she’s looking for is more of the indoor variety. After a sexless marriage and a painful divorce, who better to help her get her groove back than the hottest player in town—Win Garner himself. There’s just one flaw in her seduction plan: he won’t cooperate.

Win is used to being the pursuer, so when Darcy turns the tables it throws him off his game—at first. Not that he isn’t tempted, he’s just trying to change his ways. Yet when he and Darcy are paired up for a work project there’s no avoiding the tension between them—or the fact that they make an indomitable team. Soon, Win begins to feel their connection is no game. This could be the real thing. And one no-strings-attached night together just might seal the deal . . .

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Fly Girl’s Review:

This was the best opposites attract romance I’ve read in a very long time.  I mean Darcy and Win are polar opposites.  The only things they have in common are where they work and where they live.  But somehow Stacy makes this story work and it’s believable.  I’m really getting into my sweet romances and this one was no different.  It was good, had laughs, had adventure, but made me swoon all at the same time.

The opening scene really sets the story off and is a little misleading as to it being a sweet romance and not a hot steamy one.  Darcy’s personality is like a lot of people I know, very critical of herself, shy, introverted, but has an energy that makes you wonder how she could be so quiet.  Win really brings out the best in Darcy, and in turn, she brings out the best in Win.  I like to call it leveraging each other’s assets.  It’s where you build off the contrasting elements to make a superb team. This is how I am with my significant other.

I’m giving this a 5 of 5 propellers because I loved it.  I laughed several times and it will be on my end of year list.  This is a stand alone so don’t feel you have to pick up the others in the Garner Brothers series.  However the others are great and they are not just opposites attract.  As a final note, I’m hoping Stacy gives us the baker and the bar owner story next, but I think it would be a spin off of the Garner Brothers series.

5 of 5 Propellers

Don’t miss these other books in

The Garner Brothers series!

Need You

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The Most Wonderful Time

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Want You

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Stacy Finz is an award-winning journalist. After more than seventeen years covering notorious serial killers, naked-tractor-driving farmers, fanatical foodies, aging rock stars and weird Western towns for the San Francisco Chronicle, she figured she finally had enough material to launch a career writing fiction. In 2012 she won the Daphne du Maurier Award for unpublished single-title mystery/suspense. She lives in Berkeley, California with her husband.

Personal Trivia:

I only like corn when it’s still on the cob. Won’t eat it otherwise.

When I was 12, my family moved to a small almond farm in Northern California. My sister, brother and I had to ride the whole way from Southern California in the back of a truck with at least eleven goats. If that wasn’t insulting enough, our parents failed to tell us that our new home didn’t have indoor plumbing. That’s right, an outhouse!

My first paying newspaper job was at the Back Country Trader. When I quit, I left a not-so-nice note that contained the “F” word and tried to beat a hasty retreat. But my car wouldn’t start and I had to go back inside to use the phone. Awkward.

I won $200 on a penny slot machine in Reno.

When I lived in Quentin Tarantino’s old apartment in West Hollywood, George Clooney once parked in my space. This is not a lie.

I own fifteen pairs of cowboy boots.

Currently, I don’t have any pets.

I sort of have road-rage issues.