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Plenty Downtown Bookshop

Author Event: Savannah Scott

Meet and Greet with Rom Com author of several happily ever after, clean/closed door romance series!

Author Event: Savannah Scott
Author Event: Savannah Scott

Time & Location

Apr 18, 2024, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Plenty Downtown Bookshop, 48 W Broad St, Cookeville, TN 38501, USA

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About the event

Plenty is looking forward to welcoming Patty Scott, also known as Savannah Scott (her penname) to the bookshop! Savannah has written several happily ever after rom com series, generally considered to be clean rom coms or closed door romances. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Savannah Scott is the author of the small town sweet rom com series, Getting Shipped. She and her husband and two boys live in Ohio, where she generally is found to be hiding with a book, dancing Zumba, or going a little crazy being the fun carpool mom who cranks the tunes and always goes through the drive-thru for copious amounts of sugar and fat on the way home from school. ABOUT THE BOOK:

A vintage VW van. Four friends. A cross-country road trip. It will be the best adventure of my life, if only I can shake the feelings I have for Cameron.

Cameron Reeves is as gorgeous as his name makes him sound. He's about six feet tall, which is the height I always wrote in my ideal man list in my journal. Yes. I have a list of qualities I want in a man. And Cameron ticks all those boxes-except two.

  • He's my best friend's older brother.
  • He barely knows I exist.

That is, unless you count the fact that I'm a fixture in his life. Cameron probably gives me as much thought as he gives his sofa. It's there. It's always been there. Comfortable, reliable, old sofa.

I'll get over Cameron eventually. Don't we all get over the hum and rush of our first crush?

If anything, six or seven days cooped up in a van together on a trip across the country should kill any infatuation I have and kill it good.

They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, so maybe forced proximity works the opposite way. A girl can hope.

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