Hooked: A Love Story on 7th and Main, an all-new standalone opposites attract Contemporary Romance by Elizabeth Hunter is NOW LIVE!

She’s in high heels; he wears hiking boots.
Can these two opposites make romance in Metlin work?

Tayla McKinnon is not a small town girl. The fashion blogger moved to Metlin with two goals in mind: help her friend start a book store and have a little fun. A year later, Tayla has made new friends, successfully launched INK, and is ready for a new challenge. Too bad she can’t get a certain rock-climbing, comic book geek off her mind.

Jeremy Allen has been playing the long game with Tayla, even though the avid outdoorsman was certain she was the one from the minute he set eyes on her. They may have different tastes, but their chemistry is undeniable.

When a job opportunity from a new fashion start-up lands in her inbox, Tayla takes it as a sign. She’s not meant for a small town, even though her best friend and her inconvenient crush are trying to convince her otherwise.

Jeremy can’t believe Tayla would be willing to leave her new life behind, but maybe he’s been playing it too cool. Summer in Metlin can sizzle, which gives Jeremy an excuse to turn up the heat.

Hooked is a stand-alone, opposites-attract romance in the Love Stories on 7th and Main series by Elizabeth Hunter, USA Today Bestselling author of INK.

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About Elizabeth Hunter

ELIZABETH HUNTER is a USA Today bestselling contemporary fantasy, romance, and paranormal mystery author. She is a graduate of the University of Houston Honors College and a former English teacher. She once substitute taught a kindergarten class, but decided that middle school was far less frightening. She’s the author of the Elemental Mysteries, the Irin Chronicles, and the Cambio Springs Mysteries.

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*** ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review. ***

When the city woman meets the guy from this little town that you couldn’t help but fall in love with, you know that trouble is never far away.

Tayla was a city girl at heart, coming to help her best friend to start her book store. She didn’t expect to be so attached to this town and their people. When nothing was secret and everyone caring about the others, always with the best interest at heart, even if they were a bit noisy at times. Sometimes working part time as a bookkeeper, fashion has always been her thing, trying to find that dream job she always wanted.

Until the sweet, too charming Jeremy, with charisma, sexiness and all the things… and yes ladies, a man with heart and caring, living with his grandfather and taking care of him. Being a nerd and owner of The Top Shelf Comic and Games was a bit too distracting to her liking.

A man who might have fallen in love with her in spite of her plan to get away from his town.

What I adored the most that I’ve fallen in love all over again with this world and for the ones who haven’t met Emme, Ox and all her friends you would as well. There was something in the air, magical, charming and so heartwarming! The chemistry between Tayla and Jeremy was incredible, a bit of sweetness and sexiness, that would make any woman swoon over.

Watching that man showing how good they could be, passing through her defenses.

Another great addition to the series!




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