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Sweet Southern Bad Boy
Harmony Homecomings #3
By: Michele Summers
Releasing December 6, 2016
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When Katie McKnight gets lost location-scouting for her father’s TV studio, she stumbles upon the perfect setting for their angsty new teen vampire series—a remote barn house unfortunately occupied by a grouchy, disheveled, and incredibly sexy man who instantly mistakes her for the new nanny. Should Katie tell him the truth, or get her foot in the door?


Bestselling author Vance Kerner doesn’t just have writer’s block—he’s been run ragged ever since he was saddled with taking care of his brother’s three kids, an adopted kitten, and a runaway mutt. The last thing he needs is a teen drama defiling his property, but with fascinating and unconventional Katie underfoot charming the entire Kerner household, Vance is finding it harder and harder to say no.

Katie agrees to babysit, if Vance allows the film crew access to his property. Vance agrees to keep an open mind for the peace he needs to write.

But having Katie underfoot is anything but peaceful. And Vance is finding less and less time to write and more and more time to watch Katie weave a lovely spell on all the Kerners…especially him.

Can these two opposites find a common ground and the love they both deserve?

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Michele Summers enjoys writing smart romances with spunky heroines, witty heroes and wacky characters, along with a satisfying happily ever after. To her thrill and delight, she has won numerous awards for her writing. When not writing, she loves her career as an interior designer and working with clients in NC and Miami where she lived for over 20 years. These days, she stays busy herding her college freshman and high school sophomore and spends a lot of time watching them compete statewide in tennis.


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“Hey, there. You ain’t from around here, are ya’? I’m Clancy Perry.” Clancy stuck his hand out and Vance immediately hated the glint in his eyes.

“Katie McKnight.” She shook Clancy’s hand.

“You from Hollywood?”

“Santa Monica, technically––”

“Well, Katie McKnight…I’m your man.” Clancy ambled closer to Katie, blocking Vance with his back. “And I’d like to audition for any and all love scenes. Especially if I get to make love to Carrie Underwood or Brooklyn Decker.”

“Oh, well––” Her unease was visible as she glanced at Vance.

“You don’t have to pay me or nothing. I’d do it for free. As long as the actress is smokin’ hot.” Clancy inched closer to Katie.

“Welcome to Harmony,” Vance said to Katie’s surprised or alarmed face (either would be fitting). He clapped Clancy on the shoulder over his worn Skoal T-shirt. “Look, go tell everyone not to stop by because there’s not going to be any movie. Got it?”

“That ain’t what I heard––”

“You’re hearing it now.” Clancy got that belligerent look on his face and was about to say something really stupid when Katie hooked her arm through his and steered him toward the door.

“Mr. Perry, as soon as Mr. Kerner and I have ironed out all the details, I will personally let you know if there any parts in the miniseries suited for you,” she said to a goofy-smiling Clancy. “Thank you for stopping by and informing me of your availability.”

Clancy shuffled his dirty cowboy boots on the wood floor. “Sure thang. Maybe you and me can talk over beers”––he made a suggestive leer with his tobacco-stained teeth–– “You ever ridden on the back of an ATV––”

“She’s not available.” Vance cut in as he tried shoving Clancy out the door.

“How do you know?” Clancy dug his booted heels in, halting Vance from slamming the door in his face. “You ain’t her boyfriend, you douche bag.”

“Yes, I am. Now get the hell out of here,” he snarled in Clancy’s stupefied face. “And make sure you tell your brother Clinton, too.” Vance slammed the door so hard it rattled the frame.

Katie stood with crossed arms. Pointing a finger at her disapproving face, he said, “Don’t give me that look. I did you a huge favor. Clancy and his brother Clinton are two characters you want to avoid. They don’t run on all four cylinders. They trim trees for a living and have fallen out of more than I can count, which explains the brain damage.”

Katie took an aggressive step forward. “I don’t care about Clancy. You promised to listen to my proposal with an open mind. And now you’re saying no before I’ve had a chance to explain.” A wrinkle creased her brow directly below her widow’s peak. “And I’m not your girlfriend, you…you butthurt!”

Unable to form a coherent thought, his pulse quickened as he stared at Katie’s flustered face and heaving chest beneath her oversized sweatshirt. “Did you just call me butthurt?”

“Yeah. And I meant it.” Katie whirled around and stormed away. “I’m outta here. But I’m coming back tomorrow to present my proposal and you’re gonna listen.”





SWEET SOUTHERN BAD BOY (Book 3: Harmony Homecoming Series) by Michele Summers

•Pirate Man

What an amazingly wonderful instant love at first sight love❤️ story. Although both main characters had some major growing/changing they needed to do before they could settle down and be not only happy with themselves, but each other. I absolutely enjoyed reading their journey along the way! It was not only my first Michele Summers book, but my first Harmony Homecoming book and although this is book #3, I didn’t feel lost while reading it. Each story could be tag as a standalone novel, I do however look forward to reading not only the first two books that are already published… Find My Way Home (Book One: Harmony Homecomings Series) ~ Bertie and Keith’s story, Not So New In Town (Book Two: Harmony Homecomings Series) ~ Lucy and Brogan’s story, and Sweet Southern Trouble (Book Four: Harmony Homecomings Series) that’s due out May 2017! Not only is this an exciting series, but an author I plan to follow to see what she comes out with besides this series, awesome job!

While on a job scouting for her father’s famous Hollywood movie studio, Katie McKnight gets lost, but feels she’s found the perfect shooting location for her father’s upcoming zombie teen miniseries. Even though it has all the requirements/specifications that the set has listed, it’s not the location her father wants, he wants it on the coast. Katie is doing everything she can to get the owner of the property to sign the contact, even going as far add to saying she’ll be his life in many whole he finishes his third novel as long as he signs her contract.

Vance Kerner is a New York best selling author who’s 3rd novel’s deadline is fast approaching. However with his brother deployed and his sister in-law laid up in bed after an accident leaving her with two broken legs, it leaves him to care for his two nephews and niece until she can get back on her feet. But finding the time to write is extremely impossible, there just isn’t enough hours in the day. Vince has a newfound appreciation for his sister in-law who for all intense purposes is a single mother while her husband (his brother) is deployed, how in the world does she do it all? In comes who Vance thinks is the nanny here hired from the agency… However, there kiss have chased them away and no new ones are coming. Katie is a lifesaver who arrived in the nick of time to save Vance’s butt. He’s late for a meeting about his book and she astonishes him with her immediate control over the three kids whom he lives dearly, but they run him ragged. His once clean house shows it too!

Can Katie help wrangle the kids so Vance can get his book finished on time? Will he in turn sign the contact so Katie can prove to her father she can do the job? How hard will things get between Katie and Vance, the towns playboy, does he change his ways? You’ll have to read SWEET SOUTHERN BAD BOY (Book 3: Harmony Homecoming Series) to find out, but oh boy is worth your time! I received an ARC via Tasty Book Tours through NetGalley in exchange for an honest blog tour review. Due to sexual situations, this book is recommended for readers 17 and older.


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