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"Crazy entertaining, first rate storytelling—made me laugh and touched my heart, too. Whew. Brilliantly done." —Suzanne Brockmann, New York Times bestselling author
"Incredibly fun and a great one for summer." —Culturess
Readers of Olivia Dade and Lucy Score will love this sexy Southern curvy girl romance.
How is Rose Barnes supposed to build the home (and life) of her dreams when her big, burly contractor keeps scowling at her?
Rose Barnes has got curves for days—and to Angus Drummond, the big, bearded contractor working on her new house, she's the perfect thorn in his side. Little does she know Angus is perturbed on a daily basis by his attraction to this cheery, smart-ass woman with her sunshiny enthusiasm, her kindness, and her beautiful body.
Angus feels he has a debt to pay to the world and doesn't deserve love until he pays it. Best to keep his mind on his work and his hands to himself. But the more Rose sees of Angus's gruff, honorable thoughtfulness, and the more rusty laughter she surprises from him, the more she wants him too.
As their unlikely friendship becomes love, antagonism turns to partnership, and Rose's house becomes a home. But Rose is keeping a secret that could blow up everything with Angus, and sure enough, it comes to light at the worst possible time...
More love for Curves for Days:
"Body positivity combines with heartfelt romance to make this a winner." —Publishers Weekly STARRED Review
"Readers will love the banter between Rose and Angus and cheer them on as they slowly build their relationship." —Library Journal STARRED Review
Laura Moher is a former associate professor of sociology at the University of South Carolina Upstate in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Her head is full of stories of flawed people who come together to make each other—and their world—a better place. She has deep roots in the South, having grown up in the Louisville, Kentucky area before moving to the western Carolinas where she taught for eleven years. She has also lived in Colorado and Illinois and is now happily settled near her son in Minnesota.