Pub Date 26 Sep 2017
With her professional reputation in tatters—and her boss in jail—Sophie Kincaid has no choice but to move to small-town Revival, Illinois, until the dust settles, where her best friends have arranged a job and a house for her. For six months, she’s pretty sure she can handle anything—even her new landlord and neighbor, Ryder Moore. A magnetic 6’4” deputy sheriff, Ryder’s good looks and habit of flirting with intent to seduce are an infuriating distraction—and, to Sophie’s alarm, an undeniable temptation.
Ryder knows Sophie’s type—entitled city girl—and it’s not one of his favorites. Add in her snarky sass and her propensity for trouble and she’s not exactly his ideal tenant. But something about the curvy little blonde fires Ryder’s imagination, not to mention his desire. Soon enough their verbal sparring seems like a prelude to something much more physical—and far more pleasurable. Is love right around the corner—or just right next door?
Praise for Jennifer Dawson’s As Good as New
“Dawson captures the small romantic moments that make a relationship work.”
–Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
“Dawson doesn’t disappoint with the fourth sizzling addition to her A Something New series. . . . Readers will fly through Dawson’s latest sexy and fun novel.”
“The latest installment in the Something New series, following As Good as New (2016), is sexy and fun.”– Booklist
“A sexy, sweet treat…Readers will find this an incredibly rewarding journey, and visiting past Something New couples is a treat.” - Publishers Weekly
“Excellent banter between the leads…The heroine is all sass, and the hero gives as good as he gets. However, even as they antagonize one another, there’s a sense of respect and admiration between them. As their relationship deepens, every scene between them becomes charged with real heart – and sometimes heat! The sex scenes are surprisingly tame, but the talk is dirty enough to make up for it. Readers who love banter, emotional honesty, and realistic adult problems (with a side of sexy shenanigans) will devour this fast-paced novel.”- RT Book Reviews