Custom Built for Me
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A short introduction
Reeling from a recent break-up, Jessica McClean decides it's time to try something new. Aside from making changes to her appearance, she needs a new lease on life and on men. Enter sexy builder Shane DeMarco of DeMarco & Sons Building Company, where Jess works as a new homes sales consultant.
Besides working together, there are plenty of other reasons why Jess shouldn't get involved with him. Her best friend, Hannah, who happens to be Shane's sister, warns Jess that her brother is a confirmed “player.” But Jess isn't looking for a serious relationship anyway.
Beginning with a chance late-night encounter, Jess and Shane agree to a no-strings arrangement, or at least, it starts out that way. It doesn't take long for Jess to wonder if the player might turn out to be the one who is…Custom Built for Me.
Custom Built for Me is Susan Coventry's sixth standalone contemporary romance novel. For fans of sweet and sexy romance with a touch of humor!
Susan Coventry is an avid reader of contemporary romance, historical fiction (particularly WWII) and women's fiction. She has a degree in Elementary Education although she never became a teacher. After several years of working in the insurance and real estate industries, she became a stay-at-home mom, and was finally able to pursue her true passion--writing! Today, Susan spends most of her time writing "fun and flirty" romance novels that are lighthearted with a touch of humor. When she's not writing, she's either reading, enjoying time with her husband and two daughters, or walking their Labradoodle. Susan lives just outside the historic Village of Clarkston, Michigan where all of her novels take place.
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