Title: Boom
Author: Sabrina Stark
Genre: Enemies-to-Lovers Romantic Comedy

 Release Date: June 25, 2020

Blurb

 

New from a USA Today Bestseller: One crumbling house. One
exploded truck. And two people who think they can’t stand each other.
Arden Weathers. She’s a girl on a mission, and that mission most certainly
doesn’t involve Brody Blastoviak, the hometown hottie who made her college
prospects go boom, and not in a good way, six years ago.

Brody Blastoviak. He knows better than to stick his you-know-what into Crazy.
So why is he losing his cookies over Arden Weathers, the uptight chemistry
partner who “accidentally” torched his truck back in high school?

Now, older and wiser, these former classmates are supposedly on the same team –
working to restore a crumbling beach house that both of them want to claim as
their own. Too bad for Arden, Brody holds not just the deed, but all of the
cards and clout, too.

She’s a broke college graduate while Brody is not only hotter than ever, but
obnoxiously rich and famous, thanks to Blast Tools, a rags-to-riches brotherly
venture. It’s all so stupidly unfair, especially when Arden makes an appalling
discovery. Turns out, she’s not nearly as immune to Brody’s charms as she
thought.

And Brody? Let’s just say, this tool-toting billionaire is reluctantly learning
that the girl of his nightmares just might be the girl of his dreams.

***This enemies-to-lovers new adult romance is a fun, full-length standalone
billionaire romantic comedy with a guaranteed happily-ever-after!***

 

 

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Excerpt
To my
infinite horror, I was staring into the hard gaze of Broderick Blastoviak – aka
Brody Blast, a guy I’d known back in high school.
We had a
history, and it wasn’t terrific.
In school,
he’d been a total trouble-maker through-and-through. Cocky. Obnoxiously
brilliant. And too dangerous by half.
Unlike me,
he never, ever followed the rules – and yet, he never seemed to pay for it.
That
dickweed had cost me a full-ride scholarship. He was the reason I’d been
working two jobs to pay for college, even while taking on far too many student
loans.
In a
roundabout way, this also meant that he was the reason I hadn’t been
able to purchase this house on my own, back when I’d had the chance three years
ago.
I
freaking hated him.
And boy,
did he hate me, too.
Even if I
hadn’t known this already, the look in his eyes would’ve been proof enough.
I
sputtered, “What are you doing here?”
He gave me
a look. “You mean in my house?”
“Oh
come on!” I said. “It can’t be your house. There’s no furniture. And
besides, why would you want to live here? Don’t you have houses all over
the place already?”
This wasn’t
as far-fetched as you’d think. Brilliant or not, Brody hadn’t gone to college.
Instead, he’d founded a tool-and-die company with his two older brothers and
then proceeded to take the market by storm.
These days,
Blast Tools – that was the name of their company – was famously successful,
just like the company’s three founders.
And I meant
“famous” quite literally.
A few years
ago, by some miracle, the brothers had gotten themselves a weekly cable show on
the Home Network, where they used their own tools to remodel older homes or
sometimes build new ones.
And just
for the record, they looked very good doing it.

 

Damn it.

Author Bio
USA TODAY Bestselling Author Sabrina Stark writes fun
contemporary romances featuring plucky girls and the bad boys who capture their
hearts. She’s worked as a fortune-teller, barista, science writer and alas,
jobs that required a hairnet. She has a journalism degree from Central Michigan
University and is married with one son and a bunch of very spoiled kittens. She
currently makes her home in Northern Alabama.

 

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