Congratulations, Katie Mettner, on your new release! I've been hearing about this book for a couple of years, and I'm so excited to finally see it in print. I just finished reading this one, so watch for my 5-star review to post to Amazon and Goodreads very soon.
If you're not familiar with Katie, let me tell you a little about her. She's written over 40 romance books and all are #ownvoices novels. She's a steadfast supporter of #ownvoices in publishing and proof that representation matters everywhere, even in romance. I recommend you check out her books and spend some time on her website and learn more about #ownvoices and her path to publishing in a world where publishers don't want to release books about differently-abled people.
Butterflies and Hazel Eyes
Butterfly Junction Book 1
When the Lady of the Lake speaks, she expects you to listen…
Never one to linger, computer security expert Charity Puck doesn’t expect to be romanced by the small-town charm of her latest job. But when her RV rolls into Plentiful, Wisconsin, nestled along the breathtaking shores of Lake Superior, she’s convinced nothing could be more alluring—until she gazes into the delectable hazel eyes of her new client.
Underestimated due to the crutches on his arms and braces on his legs, CEO and researcher Gulliver Winsome doesn’t expect his job to put his life in danger. But as he rushes to bring an eco-friendly pesticide to market, in an attempt to save the pollinators, he finds himself the target of a sinister plot—uncovered by the tiny blonde dynamo he hired to fix his servers.
Someone is trying to steal Gulliver’s research, and they’ll stop at nothing to bury the evidence. With feelings in bloom and the would-be couple’s lives in peril, it’s up to Charity to decipher the clues before they both end up in the Lady of the Lake’s cold-water castle.
About Katie Mettner:
Katie Mettner writes small-town romantic tales, filled with epic love stories and happily-ever-afters. She proudly wears the title of 'the only person to lose her leg after falling down the bunny hill' and loves decorating her prosthetic with the latest fashion trends. She lives in Northern Wisconsin with her own happily-ever-after and three mini-mes. Katie has a massive addiction to coffee and Twitter, and a lessening aversion to Pinterest— now that she’s quit trying to make the things she pins.