Avery Benson is surly, fed up, and frozen in place. As the oldest Benson, his goal has been to set an example of success for his siblings to follow. He loves his job (most of the time) as a loan officer at the local bank and he’s got his sights set on moving up, but there’s something missing in his life. He’s standing still and doesn’t know what to do. And then Meredith Lee walks into his office looking for a loan to open her own yoga studio and it’s like the sun has come out from behind the clouds.
Meredith Lee is desperate, stressed, and waiting for her life to start. All she needs is a little bit of money to get Susurrus Yoga off the ground. All that’s standing in her way is securing a loan from the attractive and elusive Avery Benson. Who knew finances could be so sexy?
What starts out as a business relationship quickly turns into something else when Avery shows up at Meredith’s yoga class. He’s more than just a little distracting and it’s hard for her to focus on Savasana when all she wants to do is roll around with him on her yoga mat for a while. Avery isn’t looking for any type of relationship, and it would be highly inappropriate anyway, but sometimes, things happen…
What starts as just a physical connection deepens and Avery feels like he’s finally found what he’s been searching for. On and off the yoga mat. But will Meredith be willing to take a leap of faith and take their relationship to the next level? Or will Avery go back to being just another one of her yoga students, if that’s even possible?
This book doesn’t release until the end of the month, but you can go grab book 1, BROOKS, right now.
About the Author:
Chelsea M. Cameron is a YA/NA New York Times/USA Today Best Selling author from Maine. Lover of things random and ridiculous, Jane Austen/Charlotte and Emily Bronte Fangirl, red velvet cake enthusiast, obsessive tea drinker, vegetarian, former cheerleader and world’s worst video gamer. When not writing, she enjoys watching infomercials, singing in the car and tweeting. She has a degree in journalism from the University of Maine, Orono that she promptly abandoned to write about the people in her own head. More often than not, these people turn out to be just as weird as she is.
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