Romance, Contemporary Women's Fiction
Date Published: October 4, 2022
Anna Kinser meets eight-year-old Emily three days into her job as the event coordinator at a run-down Art Deco theater in Shiloh, Georgia.
Emily is bold, remarkably precocious, and she’s just redecorated Anna’s office. On top of that, she’s decided that Anna should ask her dad to be her boyfriend. Her dad. Nathan Roth. The gorgeous construction guy from the auditorium.
Fortunately, he’s single, but he isn’t one to date—after what happened to Anna’s boss’s sister, he hasn’t dated in eight years. But Anna doesn’t let that stop her from pursuing him, and soon, the two begin to fall in love.
What Anna doesn’t know is that Nathan is a very famous man—and he’s in Shiloh for a very specific reason.
Plus, there’s something holding him back.
If he wants her—has feelings for her—why is he so detached?
Lydia Ashburton is a NYU student who may have just met the love of her life. But how do you keep up with a rock star? Between flutes of champagne and flashy parties, Lydia feels like a fish out of water. He’s crazy about her, and she feels closer to him with each date, but they come from different worlds.
Can they make it last?
Life has a wild way of bringing people together.
For three strangers, a series of letters unites them.
Unearth the clues of this irresistibly whimsical romance.
About the Author
Blair Harton has always wanted to write a novel—especially a love story.
After years of playing around with the idea of a rock star falling in love with a small-town girl, she wrote Love, Lydie as a brand-new mom living in Monterey, California.
Currently, she resides in Alexandria, Virginia, with her husband and two daughters.
When she’s not writing, she can be found cooking, camping, or enjoying a nice glass of Chardonnay.