The Swoon List by Ellie Hall (ePUB)

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The Swoon List by Ellie Hall (ePUB)

That gig as a Disney princess didn’t do me any favors in the popularity department, but my BGF made sure I kept the tiara. According to him, I’m practically royalty. Pshaw.

I failed at living the life of a fairytale princess after falling in a fountain and going viral on social media. I need a new job fast, preferably far away.

Desperate, I say yes to becoming an etiquette coach for rich and famous adults in need of refinement in a distant and widely unknown country. It’s personal relations rehab and comes with a heaping scoop of anonymity.

My first client got in trouble for a prank gone wrong that turned into a scandal. Hashtag relatable, minus the prank part. That joke was on me. I get tasked with the hotshot, over-the-top football star…who also happens to be my BGF, best guy friend.

We’ve stayed in touch since high school via text, but upon seeing her again after all these years, she’s no longer just the girl next door. Something sparks between us. Or that could be the firecrackers I lit in the hallway.

I’m the first to admit that I’m quick-witted and cocky, on and off the field, forcing her to channel her cheery princess personality to teach me how to be a gentleman. Turns out I rather like these lessons.

When tragedy strikes, she gets a glimpse into my past that I’d kept hidden. Instead of driving her away, she doesn’t leave my side. Can’t say I mind. Unfortunately, if I get romantically involved, especially with someone as smart, funny, and cute as my best friend, I’m off the team.

Will we keep things in the friend zone or fall in love and wind up in the (happily ever after) end zone?

USA Today bestselling author Ellie Hall presents a romantic comedy with sweet and swoony sizzle in this closed door romcom. If you like faith-friendly, heartwarming, Hallmark style romance, you’ll love this feel-good series. Each book stands alone but reading them in order provides a deeper, richer experience.

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