A Blueprint for Hope
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A Blueprint for Hope by Olene Quinn

11/15/2021

A Broken-Hearted Chef with a Big Dream. An Architect with a Past. A High School Crush. What could go wrong?

When Hope Gibson broke up with her fiancé, she lost everything. She returns to her small hometown of Harmony Ridge with a modest savings account and big dreams of opening her own restaurant. However, she soon learns that her own father and his cronies in the county government have every intention of blocking her plans.

Hope’s high school crush, Lone McGregor, is not having any better luck. The death of his grandfather forces him away from his high-speed life as an architect in Los Angeles to repair and sell the property he inherited in Harmony Ridge. As a member of the least popular family in the county and boasting a hell-raising reputation of his own, he too finds the local government standing in his way. When Lone concocts an ingenious plan to solve both their problems, they must commit to working together. And manage not to fall in love…

A Blueprint for Hope is a sweet romance and is Book One in the Harmony Ridge Romance Series. Each book in the series can be read as a stand-alone novel. Keep up with your favorite couples by reading them in order. Happily Ever After guaranteed!

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