The Trouble With Love: An Opposites Attract Romance

· Sycamore Springs Book 3 · Cheryl Phipps
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About this ebook

If opposites really can attract, what is the point if it can't go anywhere? 

Delilah Brown

Sycamore Springs might be a great place to live for most people. For me, it’s a nightmare. Between a horrible boss and taking care of my sick mom, there’s little time for day-dreaming, but when I do manage a few minutes, sexy Sam’s always there.

I know he’s great, but I can’t be distracted from my responsibilities. Even when he pushes buttons I thought were out of commission.

Samson Kershaw

Happy and in love—can you have one without the other? I’m trying hard to accept the possibility.

Problem 1 - I am not a couple and have no prospect of becoming one in the near future. There is definitely a connection between the hairdresser and me, but she won’t take me seriously. Which is problem number 2.

Delilah’s as independent as she is beautiful and completely uninterested in a real estate agent who turns into a fool around her.

5* “An engaging romance with a lot of heart.”

5* “This story is filled with heart.”

5* “Well written with great characters.”

Sycamore Springs Series

The Trouble with Friends

The Trouble with Exes

The Trouble with Love

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About the author

Cheryl is a USA Today bestselling author from beautiful Auckland, New Zealand with two alter egos: Cheryl Phipps writes romance and women’s fiction while C.A. Phipps writes cozy mysteries. 

A lover of stories filled with feisty heroines, suave heroes, and wonderful small towns, she enjoys crafting her own heart-warming tales of strong family ties, mixed in with romance, humor, and happy ever afters. 

Marrying her childhood sweetheart, she is devoted to a passel of children and grandchildren and one very cute fur baby. Her favorite things are family times, baking, travel, and the perfect latte.

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