Love After All (Hope #4)
Penguin / March 31, 2015 / $7.99 print & digital
In the latest novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Hope Burns, a woman discovers that the man she least expects is exactly what she needs…
High school math teacher Chelsea Gardner has the perfect plan. She’s tired of dating all the wrong men, and after years of frustration, she’s developed a foolproof list of requirements for finding “The One.”
Bar owner Sebastian “Bash” Palmer finds Chelsea beautiful, smart and fun, but he thinks her list is ridiculous and unnecessary. Intent on proving Chelsea is looking for love in all the wrong ways, he offers to help her find the “perfect” man.
Chelsea knows Bash isn’t the right guy for her—he barely meets one of her criteria—but there’s something about the charismatic man that has her yearning for things that are most definitely not list approved.
Because sometimes, a relationship that looks totally wrong on paper can turn out incredibly right…
Small-town romance has gotten a facelift lately with authors like Jaci Burton taking the helm. While the stories of Debbie Macomber, Robyn Carr, and Sherryl Woods are still as popular as ever, authors like Burton are a breath of fresh air with their experience in erotic contemporaries helping them out. Love After All is the fourth book in Burton’s Hope series, and is a younger, sexier take on the themes of family and community that make up small-town romances.