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In this lighthearted novella, opposites attract, but it's what they have in common that really counts.

Schedules are important to Preston Atherton. Without them, the Manhattanite couldn't do business. But when he heads down to sleepy Butternut, Alabama to acquire a new industry, his schedule is more than disrupted. It ceases to exist. They sure do things differently below the Mason-Dixon Line.

Mamie Calhoun is at first amused by the Northerner who doesn't know goobers from Gucci. Simple pleasures totally elude the guy. But it isn't long before she realizes he might have a thing or two to teach her about other kinds of pleasures. If only it wasn't so daggone hot. But that's the thing about summer. It can always get hotter...

"The Short Hot Summer," along with four other short reads by Elizabeth Bevarly, can also be purchased in the omnibus collection, SHORT WORK, for a reduced price!

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