Right Time For Love is Jannette’s second release with Clean Reads (formerly Astraea Press).
Brandy Wyne’s future includes an old house with plumbing problems, a new job, and caring for her mother who has suffered a stroke.
Gavin Wilkins has increased his Grandpa’s plumbing business to twice its original worth, but the old man’s got a hot lady friend with greedy hands. How can he convince his grandpa of what she’s after without hurting him? Added to his problems is the responsibility of caring for his seven-year-old niece for the summer.
Brandy can’t afford to pay for the plumbing repairs she needs, and Gavin can’t find a sitter for his niece. Ever heard of the barter system?
Indecision marked Gavin’s brow as they stared into each other’s eyes. If he walked off, the friendship would be over… shattered like a cheap piece of glass. They would still see each other at times, but the closeness wouldn’t exist anymore, and that’s what Brandy treasured the most.
He lifted a hand to her face, a sad smile tilting the corner of his lips. “I’m twenty-nine-years-old, and so help me, I’ve never met anyone like you.”
She blinked. “So… Is that good or bad?”
His forehead dropped to hers. A slight chuckle eased the tension. “I’m still trying to decide.”
Taking his reply to mean maybe, she slid an arm around his waist and guided him inside. “Come on, I’ll see if I can’t sway your opinion.”
Born and raised in northwest Alabama, Jannette Spann is a retired hospital ward clerk. She comes from a large family and is the tenth of eleven children. Married to the man of her dreams for forty-eight years, she is a wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Her love of writing began when she was in the fourth grade reading The Campfire Girls, and she loves to write about family, love and loyalty.
An avid traveler, the beach is her favorite vacation spot. When home, her idea of relaxation is sitting on the front porch swing with her husband, Mike, while drinking a cold glass of sweet tea. In winter she’s willing to trade the swing for a rocker beside the fireplace and her tea for a cup of hot coffee.
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Charlotte can’t move on with her future until she settles the remnants of her past. All she has to offer is The Good Neighbor Award, and Jake’s too much man to settle for that.
Jake thought about the kiss he’d shared with Charlotte in her bedroom. “About what happened back at the house…”
“It won’t happen again.”
His brow shot up in surprise. “What makes you so sure?”
She waited for the boys to pass. “I’ve got more than enough problems without getting involved.”
“Who said anything about getting involved?”
Charlotte’s head snapped up. “I’ve never been a one-night stand, and I’m not about to start now!”
The glare alone was enough for him to know he was skating on thin ice, but the razor edge to her voice was a real eye-opener. After all this time, he’d finally met a woman who didn’t play silly games.
“So you want to get married again?”
Jake could see his options dwindling away. All remaining was the good neighbor award, and he’d never been one to settle.