Romantic Comedy

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The book cover to Who Says You Can't Go Home by Andria Henry shows a man and woman dancing in front of a lake.

Sweet Small-Town Romantic Comedy

When Toronto party girl Kylie is fired from her perfect job, she’s forced to do the one thing she never wanted to do: go home. Returning to her sleepy hometown is Kylie’s definition of failure. She drags herself back to the lakeside town of Camden with her tail between her legs and she’ll do whatever it takes to get back to the big city.

When Derek runs a routine traffic stop on a speeder, the one person he never expects to see in Camden again is Kylie. In fact, he barely recognized her. She doesn’t look like the quiet, sweet girl he had a crush on in high school anymore.

Kylie’s brother offers her a job back in the city if she can prove that she’s changed her ways. She finds the perfect opportunity to prove herself, but it means working with Derek to save the town’s waterfront. Can she look past his prejudice against her and get the job done? Can she avoid falling in love with him and complicating her plans to return to the big city?

If you enjoy listening while you read, I’ve made an unofficial soundtrack for Who Says You Can’t Go Home in the spirit of my hometown high school days. You can access the soundtrack by clicking on this Spotify Playlist.

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Steph Harrington is helping out at her mom’s bookstore café for the holidays. She’s enjoying the time she gets to interact with the interesting people in her small town, until an out-of-towner arrives and his grouchy mood threatens to bring down her holiday spirit. Can Steph win over this grouch and help the folks in her town escape the cold all in one day?

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The cover of Baby, It's Cold Outside: A Camden Christmas Short Story shows a mug of hot chocolate with marshmallows floating in it.