Things I Overshared

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Pub Date 06 Dec 2022 | Archive Date 11 Dec 2022

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Description

If you've ever been told you're too much...

Samantha Canton feels your pain. She knows she is, well, a lot. It's been a rough year, to put it mildly, so she is overjoyed to find out she gets to go on her dream work trip to Europe. But she’s not going alone. She’ll be crossing the pond with the company’s CFO, Emerson Clark.

Icy Emerson, as the industry calls him, is logical, serious and quiet. He likes solitude, the color gray, rain and hot tea - he is British, after all.

And he cannot stand Samantha in all her extra, southern, chatty, upbeat, neon-dress-wearing glory.

No problem, she’s never met someone she couldn’t befriend.

Until Now.

Commence nervous verbal diarrhea.

And commence the ultimate Grumpy/Sunshine, Billionaire, Enemies to Lovers, Slow Burn Boss Romance with rich characters and a payoff that will leave you absolutely giddy.


**This is a steamy, full-length standalone adult contemporary romance. Prepare for Manhattan, London, Paris, surprise twists, laugh-out-loud banter, a happily ever after, and a sisters group text thread you’ll wish you could join. This is the second Heartlanders book but can be read on its own.**

If you've ever been told you're too much...

Samantha Canton feels your pain. She knows she is, well, a lot. It's been a rough year, to put it mildly, so she is overjoyed to find out she gets to go on...


A Note From the Publisher

This is an advanced copy that is still with our proofreader and may contain a few typoos.

This is an advanced copy that is still with our proofreader and may contain a few typoos.


Advance Praise

"I’ve read gobs of romcom books - Things I Overshared nails it!!! You feel the connections, the bonds of family, the growth of characters and so much love. Definitely one of my new favorite books ever!" - Nerdy Norie Books


"I loved every minute - laughs, tears, squeals - what are we going to do when we run out of Canton sisters"!?!?" - Mattie, Gals Who Read

"O.M.G. I did not see the plot twists coming. And I love Emerson Clark!" - Courtney, KU Romance Fix

"This story had me both laughing and crying, and I really didn’t want it to end. It is so well plotted that I couldn’t always tell where it was going. I loved the two main characters, and it is worthy of 10 stars, if that was allowed." - Helen, Goodreads Reviewer


"I really enjoy this family in this series. It’s a very romantic story, a slow burn and well worth the journey!" - Terri, Goodreads Reviewer


"I’ve read gobs of romcom books - Things I Overshared nails it!!! You feel the connections, the bonds of family, the growth of characters and so much love. Definitely one of my new favorite books...


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ISBN 9781959428022
PRICE $3.99 (USD)
PAGES 448

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I really adored this book! Every flipping part of it!!!! The chemistry between Emerson and Samantha was everything we could have ever wanted! Then ending hand me bawling my eyes out! The author did an amazing job on this book! I will definitely be reading more of her work!

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Another great read from Kelsey Humpreys! Sam and Emerson waded through insecurities, miscommunication, misguided sentiments, and jealousy to finally reach the love they could only find with each other. Emerson’s grand gesture was glorious!
While I could not relate to Sam at all, I felt a kinship with Emerson, bless his stoical heart. I knew something was up with Nicole as soon as she told Sam to run from Emerson—you don’t ever play mind games with someone who spends so much time in his head!
I became even more enamored with the sisters’ relationships with one another in this book and am very curious about Sadie’s story. This author definitely understands introverts, and she seems to somehow relate to extroverts too (though I can’t be 100% sure…)!

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