There's always time for romance...
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Stranded in Love

Book #1 in the Calderone Family Romance Series


"It has to be one of the best contemporary fiction novels of the year..."
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"Romance readers will enjoy this funny, mostly light-hearted, fare, perfect for curling up with hot chocolate on a cold winter's night. This is a thoroughly modern love story ... It is a reminder to this mostly cynical generation that life–and love –is like a dance: perfectly enjoyable even if you're on your own, but somehow taking on a different level of meaning when shared with someone else."
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Set aside some time, because you’ll want to devour this entire book in one sitting. No question! I absolutely loved this book. Could easily see this as a movie, to be honest. Every character in this book is dynamic, and realistic. Stranded in Love is a captivating story which delivers a happy ending, and I highly recommend it!
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"Ms Grant has a wonderful flair for writing…overall, very well-written and paced. An excellent debut novel."
Jean Wilde, author of A Gentleman's Bidding

"Laney and Tyler come alive from the initial pages. This could become the first book of a family dynasty. "
Mary Cooney-Glazer, author of This Time Forever

"Stranded in Love has snappy dialogue, imperfect but genuine characters, and a whirlwind romance that all make it an entertaining read."
Chloe S. Flanagan, author of Forward to What Lies Ahead

"I’ve gotta say, that if I had been trapped in a snowstorm like Laney Calderone, I would not have complained about the snow one bit! Tall, dark, and handsome and on top of that he can cook! I loved the banter back and forth between Laney and Tyler, and everything else about this lovely romance!"
Alex Bailey, author of The Future Memoirs of Anne Jones

 

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If a gold medal was awarded for "Worst Day Ever", Laney Calderone would win it today, hands down. She’s just discovered she's pregnant, her fiancé abruptly dumps her when she tells him, and her new car refuses to start as a brutal snowstorm hits Toronto.

Good Samaritan Tyler Hammond offers to take her home; however, with the heavy snow falling and his patience dwindling, Laney’s gold medal day isn’t over yet.

Storms intensify both outside and in as Laney finds herself inexplicably attracted to this tall, dark and very handsome but infuriating stranger.

Can Laney fight her unwanted yet increasing desire for this man long enough to get through the relentless storm? And will Tyler let her walk out of his life as easily as she came into it?