Re-Release Blast: Speak from the Heart by L.B. Dunbar
Speak from the Heart
by L.B. Dunbar
Re-Release Date: August 6, 2020
About Speak from the Heart
When a small town, single father becomes enemies with the new girl in town, it’s either keep fighting her or give in to what his heart wants most.
Emily Post isn’t staying. Back at her grandmother’s summer home, she’s only in Elk Lake City for a visit which can’t end soon enough. Especially when she can’t seem to get away from one grumpy repairman who shows up everywhere. Fortunately for him, his daughter is sweet even if she refuses to speak.
Jess Carter is a hometown favorite and a hot single father. Sworn off love for several reasons, foremost is the silence of his daughter. His little one has a secret and he doesn’t know the why behind it. Unfortunately for him, his six-year-old has taken a liking to the beautiful new woman in town visiting her nana. And everywhere he goes, there she is, invading his space and his heart.
While silence might be golden, the voice in lonely hearts refuses to remain quiet.
Author note: One feisty woman visiting this single father's small town leads to fairy tales, backyard folly, and firework-worthy sexy time.
Previously published as Sound Advice, now with new content
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About L.B. Dunbar
L.B. Dunbar has an over-active imagination. To her benefit, such creativity has led to over thirty romance novels, including those offering a second chance at love over 40. Her signature works include the #sexysilverfoxes collection of mature males and feisty vixens ready for romance in their prime years. She's also written stories of small-town romance (Heart collection), rock star mayhem (the Legendary Rock Stars series), and a twist on intrigue and redemption (Redemption Island duet). She's had several alter egos including elda lore, a writer of romantic magical realism through mythological retellings (Modern Descendants).
In another life, she wanted to be an anthropologist and journalist. Instead, she was a middle school language arts teacher. The greatest story in her life is with the one and only, and their four grown children. Learn more about L.B. Dunbar by joining her reader group on Facebook (Loving L.B.) or subscribing to her newsletter (Love Notes).
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