Welcome to the RomCon Tax Day Relief Blog Hop!
Preparing taxes is never fun, even if you are a trained accountant. Two of my books revolve around accounting offices and the tax season.
After being passed over for a junior partnership and getting relegated to a branch office in the middle of nowhere, Leslie Knotts vows that she won’t let budget cuts, corporate upheaval or meddlesome ladies distract her from turning the branch around and showing she has the savvy for the upper echelons of the company.
Organizing and advertising his new construction business has been harder than Mark Schultz expected. Having his Aunt Minnie and her friends from the Ladies Night Out group throwing women in his path isn’t helping matters.
When his aunt’s outrageous schemes spell trouble, Leslie and Mark team up to outsmart the Ladies. Mark introduces Leslie to his friends and she discovers genuine friendships as well as a love with Mark like she has never known. When a competing company offers her the big city partnership she has always dreamed of, will Leslie risk her future as a top executive to stay where her heart has found a home?
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The other book is called Climbing Heartbreak Hill and it takes place at the end of the tax season when everyone is coming in to get their returns filed before the deadline. But that’s not all Tara has on her plate…
Professional runner, Ryan Grant, blows out his knee training for another attempt at the Boston marathon and the dreaded Heartbreak Hill. Ryan retreats home, not looking for anything more than a fast recovery, but he finds solace in the arms of his tax preparer, Tara Mansfield.
Tara’s cheerleading career ended abruptly and she faces an upward climb beating the stereotype as dumb blonde in her new calling as an accountant. Framed with defrauding the IRS during the last weeks of the tax season, Tara’s tentative confidence is shaken, but Ryan coaches her in ensnaring the true perpetrator. She cheers him on in discovering his identity as a coach rather than an athlete.
With the help of the junkyard king and a mechanical bull, can Tara and Ryan find the courage to climb Heartbreak Hill together?
Climbing Heartbreak Hill will be released from Astraea Press at the end of May. Stay tuned for more details.
To “celebrate” tax day, I’m giving away four hardcover copies of CEOs Don’t Cry. Leave a comment about whether your taxes are done yet for a chance to win. I’ll contact the winners to get shipping details.