Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Blog Tour ~ Meet Me Under the Stars by KD Proctor

Meet Me Under the Stars

by KD Proctor
Publication Date: July 18, 2017
Genres: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance

When ratings for her popular DIY show start to circle the drain after the sudden death of her sister, Charlotte “Charlie” Conti has only one mission—to plan a comeback. But her sister had other plans. As part of the will, Charlie must work with *him* to create a memorial scholarship in her sister’s memory. The same *him* Charlie fell in love with three years ago while working at a summer camp.

The same *him* she dumped, to protect his heart.

Sexy, British player, Nate Walsh, has sixty days to find a new job or he’ll be deported back to England where he’s no longer welcome. He doesn’t have time to work on a memorial scholarship with *her*. The same *her* who shattered his heart without explanation or warning.

The same *her* he’s never gotten over.

Unable to agree on the specifics of the scholarship, Nate and Charlie challenge each other to a winner-takes-all competition. They both know the only way to win is to turn up the heat and tempt one another with the one thing they both want: each other. But as sparks fly, their true feelings resurface. Nate and Charlie must decide if their love is worth the effort and if they can overcome their disastrous past mistakes to spend forever together.






Review

Meet Me Under the Stars was a great surprise for me! I cannot believe that this a debut author and novel, and let me tell you that I will be reading more of her books for sure. This is a great second chance love story.
MMUTS is Charlie and Nate’s story. Charlie and Nate met and fell in love during summer camp, but this did not have a happily ever after. Charlie ends up breaking up with Nate. I had this love and want to hit Charlie upside the head relationship with her. She is so stubborn and determined to handle everything on her own that she refused to let her friends help her. That is when I wanted to hit her upside the head. She just could not see pass certain things, but that is also why I loved her. She had to be strong to get through a lot of difficult things in her life. Unfortunately, one of the people she pushed away was Nate. Nate is sexy, British player, and he has never gotten over Charlie. I loved Nate, but he also frustrated me because instead of talking to Charlie he played games and these games almost cost them both what they wanted most and that is each other.
Charlie and Nate are thrown together three years after she broke his heart. Charlie’s sister Gwen died and as part of her will Nate and Charlie must go back to the camp where they met and fell in love with each other. They must work together to make Gwen’s last wishes be fulfilled. The minute they see each other again you can feel the tension in the room. This is where the author is pure genius because you can feel the love and attraction is still alive and strong. But, of course, they both fight it and try to deny that the feelings are still there. They are not successful and cannot convince themselves or their friends that they do not belong together. But they do have secrets that they are keeping from each other and they must decide if they can trust each other to have the happily ever after they deserve.
I cannot say enough how much I loved this book. I could not put it down because I had to see what was going to happen next. K.D. Proctor gave me the feels reading this book and I loved every single second of it. This is a definite recommend from me!
~Cassie

About KD Proctor

 
 KD Proctor loved college so much that when it came time to graduate, she didn’t want to leave. Trading in her textbooks for student handbooks and policy manuals, she began a career in College Student Personnel and she fulfilled her wish to stay on a college campus forever. She always joked that one day she’d write a book about college students, never expecting that to come true! KD lives in West Central, Minnesota with her husband and fur-kids. She likes to write fun twists on the usual tropes that we all love. Her characters are smart, funny, and always swoony. And yes. They always get their happily ever after. Before being accepted for publication, MEET ME UNDER THE STARS (formerly titled IF YOU’RE EVER IN TOWN) was the 2016 YARWA winner for the New Adult category.

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