Laura Chapman is the author of sweet and sexy romantic comedies, including Playing House, the Queen of the League series, and The Marrying Type. A native Nebraskan, she is the Lincoln-area municipal liaison for National Novel Writing Month and is a member of Romance Writers of America and Romance Authors of the Heartland. She previously served on the boards for the Nebraska Literary Heritage Association and Laura Ingalls Wilder Legacy and Research Association. When she isn't creating her next story, Laura works at a museum and loves football, Netflix marathons, and her cats, Jane and Bingley.
Math teacher Haleigh Parde has no desire to change her single status until she receives an invitation to her high school reunion. With her ex spreading rumors she needs a date and fast. Desperate times call for desperate measures and Haleigh finds herself meeting a blind date at a neighborhood bar called Amarillo Sour . . .
After watching Haleigh crash and burn, app developer Ian Henning makes her a proposition. If she'll provide honest feedback on his new dating app, he'll guarantee her a date to knock the socks off her former classmates. Even better, he—and the other Amarillo Sour regulars—will help her navigate the rocky road of dating.
Through setups ranging from awkward to absurd, Haleigh discovers her matchmaker might just be better than the matches. And Ian wonders if she's the answer to everything he's worked for professionally. Or is she something much, much more . . .