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ROOTS AND WINGS
Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy 2014
Standalone | a City Limits novel
Suddenly, I was a bachelor in an unfamiliar town with a money pit of a house, a truck that wouldn’t run, and a new job. Yet, all could think about was Mutt, or at least that’s what they called her.
To me, she was gorgeous and witty ... and perfect. She knew more duty than desire, more perseverance than passion, and more acquaintance than affection, but here was no way I’d ever want to change her. In fact, I was dying to show her the life she'd been missing, but first she'd have to trust me enough to tell me her real name.
I wanted to plant roots, but I refused to clip her wings. Not when she was everything I’d been looking for and all the home I’d ever need.
Roots and Wings is a standalone contemporary romance. If you're looking for a good time, then you're come to the right place. Welcome to Wynne.
praise for Roots and Wings
Who knew small town romance could be so hot!?
-NYT, WSJ, and USA Today Best Selling Author, Meghan March
Roots and Wings is a southern, contemporary romantic comedy by M. Mabie. It’s set in the town of Wynne and showcases the small town life where everyone knows everyone and their business. It’s sweet and pure, at its finest. Sounds simple enough right? Well not exactly. Roots and Wings pulls emotions from you that you wouldn’t expect from the type of book without flash and circumstance or the dark storylines. It’s real life, real world, deep emotion and when written in a fictional story… that can be a powerful tool.
I’ve read the Bait Series by M. Mabie and this story seemed so different from that series that I wanted to see how an author who caught me with one type of story could reel me in with something so different. I am beyond thrilled with the results and with Mabie’s diversity within her craft. Don’t put her in a box because from what I’ve seen she’ll easily smash her way out of it with her originality, fresh storylines, and characters that make you feel. Through the good, bad, and ugly she has a way to keep you hooked, keep you reading, and keep you invested. FIVE big stars for this small town story!