They’re not quite enemies. Not really friends. More like frustrated balls of sexual tension and neither will give in.

Lance Gibson drives Mariah Malarkey absolutely crazy. He uses her office like a phone booth, takes cupcakes from the corner of her desk like she baked them just for him. She didn’t. Maybe she knew the history teacher happened to love peanut butter icing, but that was purely a coincidence. All sixteen times.

Mariah has a way of getting under Lance’s skin too. She calls him out on his crap, spoils him even if inadvertently, and seeing the librarian in skirts drives him wild. She won’t give in. It’s for the best, really, considering there’s no way he could lie to a woman like that and he’s not about to tell her the truth about himself. Not in a million years.

These two don’t hate each other. They don’t really like each other. But for this to be a friends-to-lovers story, they have to start somewhere, right?

Note: This can be read as a standalone novel.


Praise for Craft

“Craft is engaging, steamy, emotional and perfectly romantic, and it delivers a sublime happy-ever-after with all the feels.” – Mary, USA Today HEA

“Craft is an example of “small town romance” at its very finest.” – NYT Bestselling author Raine Miller

“The love, loss, heartbreak, witty banter, and playful feel of this book sucked me in from page one.” – Inked Avenue

“This book had all the things I love, but what struck me the most was how laugh out loud fun it was.” – Yvette, Booksandbandanas

It was more than feels good romance because page after page I can feel the HEART written all over it.” – Chatterbooks Book Blogs Book Blog