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By J.L. Salter | Comments: ( 704 ) | Date: ( Aug 23, 2019 )

When Kris awakens in a costume, behind wooden bars inside a pitch black community center, her only available rescuer is the hungover new guy in town who s dressed as a pirate Problem is she s sworn off men, especially buccaneers.Badly burned four years ago by a player who ruined her financially, Kris Prima s heart is locked down as tightly as her lifestyle is confinedWhen Kris awakens in a costume, behind wooden bars inside a pitch black community center, her only available rescuer is the hungover new guy in town who s dressed as a pirate Problem is she s sworn off men, especially buccaneers.Badly burned four years ago by a player who ruined her financially, Kris Prima s heart is locked down as tightly as her lifestyle is confined by those massive debts When first assisted by recent newcomer Ryan Hazzard, Kris is resentful, slightly afraid, and determined never again to trust men But when court ordered community service brings them together once , she be gins to appreciate Ryan s charm, good looks, and capable manner.With all the rumors and assumptions which followed Ryan from a large metropolitan ar ea, how can small town Kris even begin to trust him And why won t he explain any of those situations Through her efforts to learn Ryan s mysterious past, they share further experiences many comedic, one quite dangerous, and others very tender Despite several misunderstandings, Kris s bottled up feelings slowly re awaken and she finally learns enough about Ryan to know she wants him in her life somehow Kris regains her ability to trust a man and her heart is freed from its jail.


  • Title: Rescued by That New Guy in Town
  • Author: J.L. Salter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

J.L. Salter

Published in fiction, non fiction, and poetry.Retired library administrator previously a photo journalist veteran of the U.S Air Force.Husband, father, and grandfather.



Comments Rescued by That New Guy in Town

  • Jeff

    I'm the author of this book, so I'm writing here just to tell you briefly about the set-up of this romantic comedy.I've often wondered what it would be like if the heroine 'met' the hero within the first few pages, but couldn't actually SEE him. That's how I arrived at the opening chapter of this book. Imagine yourself in total darkness, mistakenly left behind (after a huge community festival) in what was formerly an armory building. The last thing you remember was being locked into the fund-rai [...]


  • Charles A.

    This lighthearted book starts with a heckuva cool mystery and really fresh "meet-cute." In my mind's eye, I kept seeing actors like Josh Brolin or Matthew McConaughey as the male lead, and perhaps Scarlett Johansson or Kate Hudson playing the female romantic lead. (Hollywood, please pay attention and option this one while you can). It's not a madcap comedy or a typical rom-com, but more of a sweet and very tender romance with lots of comedy. The pacing is great, with no wasted words or digressio [...]


  • Iris Blobel

    Once I got used to JL's writing style, I couldn't put the book down. JL Salter owes me lots of hours of sleep!It begins with a big bang when we find the main character, Kristin, locked up in the dark - only to be rescued by the "new guy in town". Hilarious. Comedy at its best, yet at times somewhat drawn out for me.Please, do yourself a favour and read this one.


  • Ricki

    A sweet and sexy read, but I had just a little trouble connecting with the main character, Kris. She kept mentioning how women in her county act, and I guess I just don't know any who act quite like that - or who even characterize themselves based on their county (now area of the county, that's a completely different thing). Kris and Ryan were very likable, though, and made for a fun couple.


  • Patricia Kiyono

    J. L. Salter entertains in his usual small-town, laid-back way. Kristen is a woman who's been badly hurt by an ex-boyfriend, and Ryan is the new guy. But no one seems to know much about him, despite lots of speculation. Most of the questions are answered by the end, but it takes a lot of time and a lot of mishaps for him to share anything. I would have given up a lot sooner!


  • Juliette Townsend

    This is the second book I've read by this author. Since I enjoyed the first one, I couldn't wait to dig into this one. I got caught up right in the very beginning. I loved the introduction of the hero and heroine, both to the reader and each other. It's definitely one of the most unique openings to a book that I've ever read. It was also very funny! I loved these characters and they made me feel that way about them right from the start. I loved Kris. Her personality was one I felt like I could r [...]


  • Christine

    I enjoyed this book and the characters. It starts off slow and takes you awhile to get into the story. Kris and Ryan are both quirky and are a great match. Adored the small town gossip mill, I haven't been in that situation since growing up. The scenes at the animal shelter were my favorite in the story. Makes me laugh now, just thinking about it.


  • Claire Taylor

    J.L. SalterRescued by That New Guy in TownAn easy, entertaining and fun read which I thoroughly enjoyed reading from start to finish. Kris and Ryan are lovable characters, who are perfect for each other and the author has done an excellent job portraying the romance as it blossoms. I received an e-copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.


  • Kate Reed

    Very fun read! Quirky characters that were very enjoyable to let into my life! I did particularly love the female lead she tends to embellish stories just like I do! So, the story was very true to life in that aspect! :) This is a great book to pick up for a fun and easy read.


  • Shelley Walker

    This book was a fun read. It was interesting watching the insecurity of the past interacting with the present. So true! This book was full of funny stuff, but had some serious mixed in as well. Loved the apology flag! I will be watching for it in my own life stories.


  • InD'tale Magazine

    J.L. Salter has a knack for weaving a vast vocabulary into the pages of the story. Read full review in the 2013 June issue of InD’tale Magazine


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