2 Books by T Lee Garland
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Overview: One of my first memories as a child is my beloved Uncle Roy giving me a Little Golden book for my Birthday. That’s all it took, I was hooked on reading. I read my first romance book at seventeen and I have never looked back. I love a character with a sense of humor and a bad boy who doesn’t know how good he really is. As a matter of fact I married one! I love writing strong female characters who know what they want and aren’t afraid to go after it. I enjoy getting to share the characters in my head with others. I aspire to write bad boys as well as Anne Stuart, whose Ice Series is one of my all-time favorites. I’m a widow now and I share my Tennessee home with a hundred Barbies, countless books and movies, a rescued beagle named Samwise Gamgee (Sammie for short) and a plump, elderly cat named Coco. I am most proud of my two sons and the beautiful, talented ladies they married. And in case you were wondering about that Little Golden book it is still one of my most priceless treasures…forty-seven years later.
Genre: Erotic Romance
1. Hott ‘n Handy: Shelby Barton was America’s TV darling having grown up in the public eye on a much beloved soap opera. Until the day she was fired. Embarrassed, she flees to the tiny town of Nugget Knob, West Virginia to hide out and decide what to do next. She purchases a rundown house and plots her next career move. Adam Hott and his best friend Eli Handy are firemen who also run a home repair business, Hott ‘n Handy repairs. The two take one look at the beautiful starlet and know they want her in their bed and in their lives. Shelby has a decision to make. Was home in New York, complete with the backstabbing people and her glamorous career in daytime TV? Or was home in little Nugget Knob, West Virginia, between two hot and handy men who adored her?
2. Rapunzel’s Romp: Rae Ann Compton has been called Rapunzel for the majority of her life. She grows her floor sweeping honey-blonde hair in memory of her mother who died from cancer when she was a small girl. Now she owns and operates Rapunzel’s, a high-end hair salon in Hollywood. Her life is orderly and business driven, until the day Alex Princeton, her secret crush walks in. Alex is the quarterback for the Hollywood Hounds, and has been dubbed the Prince of Sunday, by the press. He’s sexy and usually only dates super models. Rae is no super model, but he makes her an offer she can’t refuse and soon she is flying first class to a castle in Germany, for the wedding of the century. Locking this Rapunzel in a tower isn’t going to keep her from the man she knows in her heart belongs to her.