Justice Morgan is unlucky in life and love. Her father is a drunk and no date ever lasts beyond the first. So when she unknowingly commits to taking over the kissing booth and annual bachelor auction, she finds herself overwhelmed and seriously out of her element. Kissing half the town wouldn’t likely change things in the romance department, but when Merrick Hudson’s lips touch hers, there is an undeniable spark she can’t seem to forget.
Merrick Hudson likes to keep his life unattached and uncomplicated. It made things so much easier. Especially for a man who was left standing at the altar. As a result, he takes risks in every area of his life except romance. So single life it was, and Merrick was perfectly happy to keep it that way. Or so he thought until the kissing booth incident. Now all he can think about is how the kiss rocked his world. But his past is threatening to undo all he’s accomplished.
All’s fair in love and war, but will Merrick and Justice be the same when the dust settles?
About the Author
Author. Hopeless romantic. Overall mess.
That sums Kinsey Corwin up in a nutshell. But, if you would like a little bit more info on her, she was born in San Antonio, lived in the Southwest most of her life with a brief stint in Panama and California during her childhood. The majority of that time has been among the glitz and glam of Neon Lights known as Las Vegas, until recently when she relocated to a small college town in Southern Utah.
She loves baseball, has an obsession with the Boston Red Sox although she’s never been to the East Coast, and she had a real ugly cry going when Big Papi retired.
She’s a Contemporary Romance author who loves the idea of small town romances, friends to lovers, and rekindled or second chance loves. Her heroes can range from cowboys to musicians, soldiers to sheriffs, wannabe chefs or mechanics. The stories are usually fueled by her love of the water, country music, childhood memories as a military brat, and her own deep love of creative pursuits which include cooking, writing, and drawing. You will often find these elements present in the tales she weaves in one form or another.
She also writes Urban Fantasy and Young Adult under the name K.M. Corwin.