Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Spotlight and Giveaway: Love, Naturally

We are pleased to celebrate the publication of Sophie Sullivan's latest rom-com, Love, Naturally. Whether or not you have ever been camping, this story sounds charming! Thanks to St. Martin's Press, we have one copy to give away!

Presley Ayers is not the woman you bring on a camping trip. An accomplished concierge at an exclusive hotel in Great Falls, MI, she knows more about the top ten places for champagne and caviar than she does about the best hiking boots to go stomping around near Lake Michigan. But when she surprises her boyfriend of eight months with a vacation to the Get Lost Lodge and he dumps her instead, Presley decides to rough it solo and take the trip herself.

When Beckett Keller helps the gorgeous woman off the rickety boat and onto Lodge territory, it’s clear to him she's made a mistake. She doesn’t like hiking, fishing, or nature in general, so why did she go on this trip? He’s got other things on his mind though—a crumbling lodge, and his own plans and dreams that are forever deferred—so he doesn’t have time for Ms. Fish-Out-of-Water. Even so, neither Beckett nor Presley can help that inexplicable draw they feel towards each other. He’s all rough stubble and plaid shirts, while she’s all high heels and brand-name athleisurewear.

But you know what they say about opposites.

"I was immediately hooked on this heartwarming, sweet romance and the quaint town of Smile and its quirky, close-knit inhabitants! The Get Lost Lodge is the perfect place to lose yourself, find yourself, and fall in love in the process. #HotMountainMan and a perfect found family for the win!"
—Elle Cosimano, NYT Bestselling author of Finlay Donovan Is Killing It

"Sophie Sullivan proves opposites really do attract in this delightfully escapist, Fish Out of Water romance. Beckett is a rugged outdoorsman straight out of a fevered daydream! With a cozy, small-town setting that feels lived in, Love, Naturally reminds us of the magic of embracing the unexpected."
—Amy Lea, international bestselling author of Exes and O's

Credit: Shelley Bell
Sophie Sullivan (she/her) is a Canadian author as well as a cookie-eating, Diet Pepsi-drinking, Disney enthusiast who loves reading and writing romance in almost equal measure. She writes around her day job as a teacher and spends her spare time with her sweet family watching reruns of Friends. She has written Ten Rules for Faking it and How to Love Your Neighbor, and has had plenty of practice writing happily ever after as her alter ego, Jody Holford.

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Giveaway ends January 21st at midnight EST.

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traveler said...

I have never gone camping and now that I am old I can't. When I was young our family rented a rustic cabin on Sand Lake in a fishing camp in Eastern Ontario. That was the closest to camping we did.

Rita Wray said...

No I have never been camping and have no interest in it.

Lisa D said...

I've never been camping and I have no desire to go camping. In fact, I can't think of anything worse!

Jess R said...

I remember going camping as a child (I am in my mid-40's) and my parents were total hippies, they used to let me bring along a little table and chairs for all my dolls and I just loved it. So many pictures of this time...have not camped as an adult, maybe should go again!

Toni Laliberte said...

I have been camping several times, and one memory that stands out to me is when I went camping with my two friends to another friend's campsite. We had so much fun! Cooking by campfire, toasting marshmallows, having a few beers, and telling funny stories. Good times!

diannekc said...

I have been camping and quickly discovered it's not my thing.

Mary C said...

I am not a fan of camping.

dstoutholcomb said...

I went camping a lot as a kid with my parents, but nothing memorable.

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holdenj said...

Only as a girl scout! I remember making smores!

Robyn said...

Only gone camping in a tent a few times but I realized I like to stay in hotels a lot more ... LOL. Thank you for the giveaway.

Annmarie Weeks said...

We used to go camping when we were kids with my Dad & his wife. It was always fun, because they enjoyed it & camped frequently. As an adult, I'm not much into camping at all. My hubby once took our own kids "glamping", camping in a cabin. One night & that was plenty. I have no desire to do it again.

ari said...

I've been camping multiple times as a kid with my family but I don't particularly want to go again.