Can't Let Her Go
by Kianna Alexander
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Pub Date 20 Jun 2023 | Archive Date 04 Jul 2023
Friends to lovers? There’s a lot to consider, a lot to hope for, and a lot at risk in a steamy and emotional romance by the bestselling author of Can’t Resist Her.
Peaches Monroe and Jamie Hunt are core members of their Texas friend squad and have so much in common. They’re successful at their careers in personal care. They take Austin’s “Keep It Weird” vibe to heart, each leaning into their own unique talents and sense of style. And they’re both ready to go on to even bigger things. Is pushing past the boundaries of friendship into something deeper one of them? The red-hot fantasy is there…but so is real life.
Jamie’s college dreams will take her far from her hometown. She’s already road-tripping to possibilities from San Antonio to Houston. And Peaches has obligations of her own. Not only is she planning to expand her business, but she’s taking care of her family after her mother’s passing, leaving her overwhelmed and under pressure.
No matter how perfect Jamie and Peaches are for each other, is this the right time for romance? Finding their true selves comes first. Only then can they hope to pursue a future of lasting love—together.
A Note From the Publisher
Kianna is also a mother of two; a dabbler in various crafts; and a lover of random trivia, music, white wine, and sunrises on the beach. She lives in the western US with her children, her partner, the world’s highest-maintenance cat, and a precocious pup. For more information visit www.authorkiannaalexander.com.
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