Ella McKinley is a small-town girl with a BIG chip on her shoulder. She’s decided to swear off men forever, thanks to her no-good, lying, cheating husband… who just happens to have passed away. She can’t mourn, and she can’t justify speaking ill of the dead, so Ella just stays angry.
Meanwhile, across town, a Hollywood production company has set up on the old Milton’s Farm to film a movie. Star of the film, the one and only River Ryan- queen of the tabloid pages, sets a series of events in motion when she saunters into Ella’s little flower shop to place an order. After a terse exchange, River leaves with a promise to send her assistant in for payment.
Only it’s not her assistant who shows up, but the very famous, extremely handsome Owen Collins- star of the biggest television drama series ever broadcast. Ella’s instant attraction conflicts with her man-hating vow and she all but throws him out of her shop. Owen is confused and enchanted by the beautiful but combative woman.
What happens next between the unlikely pair? You’ll have to read it in ‘Tomorrow always Comes’ by Elsa Kurt. Part of the Crave: Country Anthology.