Tough Enough to Tango by Barbara Barrett

Had to share this wonderful review.

Romance Novels for the Beach

A slightly cheesy title and cover photo considering there is no dancing present in this contemporary romance, but I don’t care. I love it anyway.

What’s it About? 

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When her father’s heart problems temporarily put him on the sidelines, Shae Harriman steps in to run his general contracting company and oversee the largest residential building project the company has ever tackled, Sullivan’s Creek. Though she has the education, she has no management or supervisory experience, which immediately alienates her crews. Megastar entertainer Ned Collier undertook Sullivan’s Creek to get his mother into safer housing while he is on the road, but now he’s running out of money, and his ego doesn’t want her, his best friend or anyone else to know. To Shae’s consternation, he insists on serving as his own project manager so he can control costs. Their inexperience pitted against her desire to succeed, his autonomous penny-pinching maneuvers, and high…

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