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You’re So Fine: Exclusive Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of Chapters 1 & 2 from Kieran Kramer's You're So Fine (December 30, 2014) is available on Heroes and Heartbreakers to members.

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You're So Fine by Kieran Kramer


Lacey Clark’s dreams of Hollywood stardom didn’t turn out quite the way she planned. Instead, her life is more of the daytime-drama variety: One of her actor ex-boyfriends fathered a child with another woman, and now, long story short, Lacey is the adopted single mother of his son. She takes little Henry with her to South Carolina to escape the film business but winds up working at a small movie studio, determined to do a good job both on set and at “home.” Only problem is she ends up sharing a house with movie star Beau Wilder, who is no role model for Henry—and only spells trouble for Lacey…


Beau is arguably the most gorgeous man on the planet—and a known ladies’ man. His wealthy Lowcountry pedigree is rivaled only by his bad-boy charm, a combination that proves irresistible for Lacey. And he adores Henry! If they weren’t both on a movie set, their lives would seem too good to be true…unless the chemistry—not to mention the burning attraction—between them is real, and Hollywood’s golden boy is actually falling for this sassy single mom? When it comes to love, sometimes you just have to throw out the script…


Chapter 1

Lacey Clark was one of those GRITS women—a Girl Raised In The South—and knew all about Scarlett O’Hara and Tara and how to hang on during rough times. Out in LA she thought she’d escaped a bottom-of-the-barrel existence, but now she was right back where she started, home again—the same way she’d left it, too, with only a few dollars in her pocket.

Still, she did have Henry, her five-year-old son.