Pianos & Promises: Beck and Call by Jennifer Peel

September 23, 2016 | 1 Comment
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Pianos & Promises: Beck and Call by Jennifer PeelBeck and Call
Author: Jennifer Peel
Series: Pianos and Promises #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 125
Date: September 20, 2016
Publisher: Indie

What happens when a dashing Englishman and an almost famous pianist collide? Sparks. And lots of them.

Call’s life always seems to be on the cusp of working out, only to unravel at the last moment. For instance, when she meets the guy. The man she’s been fantasizing about from afar. The one who walks his beautiful Siberian husky around her neighborhood. Their first meeting is nothing like she hoped; in fact, she wishes she never met him.

Charles Beckett is in need of a good dog-sitter, but he gets more than he bargained for when a cheeky American bartender shows up at his house fifteen minutes late. The job interview quickly turns into a sparring match and Call leaves vowing to run him over with her truck the next time she sees him.

It’s up to their dogs now to bring the pair together.

Will Call finally have one of her dreams come true? Or will the Englishman be another checkmark in her long list of unrealized promises?

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About Jennifer Peel

Jennifer Peel

Jennifer Peel is the mother of three amazing kiddos. Wife to her one and only for the past twenty-one years. Lover of late night talks, beach vacations, the mountains, pink bubble gum ice cream, tours of model homes, and southern living. She can frequently be found with her laptop on, fingers typing away, indulging in chocolate milk, and writing out the stories that are constantly swirling through her head.

One response to “Pianos & Promises: Beck and Call by Jennifer Peel

  1. Mara Harvey

    Edith Call–known as Call to her friends, and who can blame her with a name like Edith–is raising her teenage brother and working two jobs since her mom died, when she has an interview with Charles Beckett for a part-time job. Neither of them make a good impression on the other, but she can’t stop thinking about the hunky Englishman.
    I LOVED this story. I think it’s my favorite of the three. The zingers she flings at him reminded me of Katherine Hepburn/Spencer Tracy movies. Call is afraid Beck is like all the other guys she’s dated who ran when they found out about her teenage brother, so she makes him work hard. With his wonderful British accent and swoony charm Beck wouldn’t have had to work so hard to win me over. lol

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