Hallie’s Hero by Ranée S. Clark

April 16, 2020 | 1 Comment
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Hallie’s Hero by Ranée S. ClarkHallie's Hero
Author: Raneé S. Clark
Series: Love in Little River #3
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 123
Date: April 16, 2020
Publisher: Sweetly Us Press

Nash Roberts secretly writes fan-fiction scripts for his favorite TV show, He Spies, She Spies. That is, until a well-meaning friend submits one of the scripts to a contest and Nash wins. His secret is out and everyone in Little River is talking about him even more than when he stepped aside so his ex could run off with a country music star.

Actress Hallie Butler will do pretty much anything to save her struggling show, and that includes filming in the small town of Little River and doing photo-ops with the nerd who wrote the winning script. Except the writer is no nerd. He’s a sweet, hunky doctor embarrassed about his hobby.

As the two get to know each other, Hallie’s convinced she’s found her movie-worthy happily ever after, until a twisted online story comes between them. Will Nash learn from his past and fight for the woman he loves, or is Hallie better off if he walks away?


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About Raneé S. Clark

Ranee S. Clark

Ranee` S. Clark and her personal superhero, her husband, live in Alaska where they are raising three future super-villains. When she’s not breaking up impromptu UFC fights in her living room or losing to one of her sons at Uno, she loves to read and write. She has a bachelors degree in history that is probably useless, but she had a lot of fun earning it. She blogs about writing, reading, and editing.

One response to “Hallie’s Hero by Ranée S. Clark

  1. Maria

    This is a clean, sweet romance. I was glad to read Nash’s story since he really is a good guy though he was “the wrong guy” in the earlier book. I liked him all along. But I was glad he got his chance for a happily ever after and that it was full of spark and fun.

    I felt like perhaps the story could have been a little more developed by making it a little longer. Not too much but a little.

    I enjoy fake relationship stories but was glad that it didn’t stay fake too long.

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