Hale Street - A Hale Street Story
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Former marketing whiz Kennedy Lowell knows bartending isn’t her destiny. After derailing her life to epic proportions in one fell swoop, though, she’s content with the easy refuge of pouring drinks and keeping to herself. But the arrival of her sexy new boss and two wannabe friends who won’t take no for an answer throws Kennedy into a tailspin. Add the temptation of a homey new bakery desperately in need of a marketing genius and Kennedy begins to wonder if easy is all it’s cracked up to be.
Easy is Hunter Clayborne’s middle name. Uncomplicated is what he expects when he moves home to Nashville to take over the family business. What he finds, though, is the polar opposite of easy—a bar losing money, a family entrenched in doing things the old-fashioned way, and an irresistible redheaded bartender who keeps him at a cool distance in spite of their sizzling mutual attraction.
There’s nothing simple about the chemistry between Kennedy and Hunter. But sometimes, if you can work your way out of your comfort zone, that’s when you just might find your sweet spot.
Sweet Spot is book 2 of the multi-author Hale Street series. All books in the series can be read as stand-alone novels. The series includes these books:
Sweet Thing by Emily Leigh (book 1)
Sweet Spot by Amy Knupp (book 2)
Sweet Nothings by Natasha Lake (book 3)
Soft Spot (novella) by Amy Knupp (book 4)—Coming October 2016
More Than Words (novella) by Natasha Lake (book 5)—Coming November 2016
Kiss Me, Cooper (novella) by Emily Leigh (book 6)—Coming December 2016
SWEET SPOT the 2nd book in Hale Street Series by Amy Knupp
We meet Kennedy who just committed to running a bakery for a year. Her crazy cousins found out she had a marketing degree and her father left her and old building , as though that's all it took. Problem is Kennedy doesn't bake.Doesnt want to give up her other job bar tending or is it Hunter.
Delightful reading once again by Amy. Given ARC my voluntary review and my honest opinion.