Gatlinburg Getaway (Destination: Desire Book 7) by Crystal Jordan
Date of Publication: July 19, 2016
Clearly they've lost their minds. Or their hearts. Or both.
Destination: Desire, Book 7
When Camille Kirby breaks her glasses—and forgets her spare pair—while out of town at an engineering conference, it's a major disaster. She's half-blind without her specs. She needs an optometrist fast.
Though the office is technically closed for a holiday weekend, Dr. Dalton Wakefield can't resist a damsel in distress. Especially one with freckles, an unruly mop of red hair, and a mind as sharp as a tack. He quickly realizes theirs is more than just instant attraction. Of course, just his luck, she's only in Gatlinburg for a week.
Camille's first impression is a blur of tall and nicely shaped, with a melted-chocolate Southern drawl. When her new contacts go in? Oh, my. Jackpot.
Coffee turns into multiple dates, then spending every free second together. But soon the tough, no-nonsense Camille, who was all for a quick, no-strings affair, has to admit she's falling for him. And Dalton is groping for a way to keep Camille from walking out of his life at the end of the week.
Warning: Outdoor adventures that lead to major allergy attacks. A near-sighted heroine who stumbles into the hero's line of sight, and an optometrist who's got a prescription for her every need. Whether it's glasses, massages, or really naughty mattress mambos.
About Crystal Jordan
Crystal Jordan began writing romance after she finished graduate school and needed something to fill the hours that used to be eaten away by coursework. She spent far too many years in school and now has degrees in History and Library Science…but swears that both of them help enormously with her writing and research.
Her family sprawls from Texas to Illinois and from California to the United Kingdom. She has three brothers, several rather adorable nieces and nephews, an indispensable best friend codenamed the Mad Madam M, and her very own hero, the Professor Moriarty (who codenamed himself after Sherlock Holmes's arch-nemesis. Who wouldn't love a man who loves a good villain?). She credits a funny conversation with her quirky grandmother for giving her the push to start writing in the first place (and she's sure Grams is still grinning down from heaven over instigating the naughty novel career).
Never one to stay in one place very long, Crystal has lived and worked all over the United States. Currently, she serves as a librarian at a university in California.
Crystal also write sassy, sexy contemporary romance as C. Jordan