Hilarious Heroine seeking Happy Kisses from Hunky Hero
Hero Debut is a page-turning affair worth finding its way from your TBR pile to Currently Reading. If you are looking for a deliciously delightful story with a meet-cute to survive the passing of time, you will want to get yourself a copy of Hero Debut.
Angela Ruth Strong has crafted characters that bring a smile to your face and break your heart. Their back stories are relatable, and you might find yourself cheering on their journey to discover who they are as they navigate the waters of love.
Hero Debut is captivating, heartwarming, and inspiring.
About the Book
Author: Angela Ruth Strong
Genre: contemporary romance/Christian fiction/romantic comedy
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“Another sparkling feel-good romance, brimming with perfect doses of heart and heat!”– Bethany Turner, award-winning author of The Do-Over
Gemma Bennett is the leading lady of her own life, and her true love is writing screenplays. With her trusty pink notebook in hand, she signs up for the Citizen’s Safety Academy to research her newest blockbuster hope, a rom-com with a police officer as the hero. And the fact that the handsome and heroic Lieutenant Karson Zellner is the one leading the training? Well, who can blame her for wanting to spend evenings with the man she swooned over months ago when he responded to a call at her apartment?
Karson already has his fair share of problems before Gemma shows up, and he’s not exactly a fan of the ditzy blonde who can’t seem to stay out of trouble. The last thing he needs is a damsel in distress to rescue; there are plenty of people in real need of his help. The fact that she seems to think his job makes him a superhero is just one more strike against her. This isn’t a movie, and he feels like the furthest thing from a leading man.
Gemma can’t seem to stop doing the worst, most embarrassing things at just the wrong time. And as time goes on, Gemma begins to realize that the scripts for a perfect screenplay and a real-life happily-ever-after are two very different things. Can she step out of her own way to find the hero her story needs?