Trouble When You Walked In
St. Martin's Press / August 4, 2015 / $7.99 print & digital
She's a woman of her word.
Cissie Rogers likes to do everything by the book. Literally. The town librarian in Kettle Knob, North Carolina, she's determined to preserve the future of literature—and the library's romantic legend—for her patrons. It's not easy when the mayor himself, Boone Braddock, wants to close the library down. There's only one way for Cissie to put a stop to him: By running for mayor herself!
Is he a player—or does he mean business?
Boone is Kettle Knob's favorite son, a champion athlete and stellar football coach with deep local roots. Cissie will need more than a savvy slogan and a pair of three-inch high heels to stand a chance at the polls. But what about the campaign that's underway in her own heart? What began as professional rivalry has transformed into a simmering attraction that neither contender can ignore. Could it be that the keeper of the town's card catalog and the legendary football hero are ready to team up…and write their own storybook romance?
There are five key “players” to Kieran Kramer's Trouble When You Walked In that make this story about a small town in North Carolina warm and scrumptious, like fresh baked apple pie.