You know those people who stand on street corners twirling signs? Or wearing ridiculous costumes? I get embarrassed just driving by them. I have to say I am so glad that I have never had to take one of those kinds of jobs. My jobs have all been rather ordinary, as a matter of fact. Other than babysitting as a teenager, every position I have held has been working in an office of one sort or another. . .
If the Suit Fits
Series: Destined for Love: Resorts
Publication Date May 22, 2018
Genres: Clean Romance
Setting: Maryland Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-34
Written for: Adults
Finding love at the amusement park can be quite a ride.
Becky Perkins has lost her job, her lease, and her car. As a result, she moves back in with her parents and takes the only job she can find: a seasonal position at the local amusement park as a sign spinner. Unfortunately, it includes wearing a foam hot dog suit.
When she crashes into fellow park employee Hudson Lowell, on her first day, suddenly the job doesn’t seem so bad.
Actuary Hudson Lowell feels the weight of the world on his shoulders with this assignment. The Gainesville Amusement Park has been struggling for years. It’s his responsibility to advise the owners as to the viability of the park. Going into the deal, the solution seems pretty simple—until he meets Becky.
The more time Becky and Hudson spend together, the more their feelings grow, making it harder and harder for Hudson to be objective about his decision. If the park closes, it will impact the whole town and directly hurt Becky. And how can he hurt the woman he has fallen for?
I would like to thank Destined for Love for giving me this copy of the book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
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Despite her college education, Becky had to resort to accepting a job at the local amusement park dressed as a giant hot dog. Waving a sign. Dancing. I shudder at the thought!
If the Suit Fits is Becky’s story, and is narrated by her. She has been followed by bad luck most of her life. Until she meets Hudson.
The story was filled with cute moments, sweet moments, with just the right amount of conflict tossed in to keep it interesting. I liked the small town aspect of the story and the way that the economy revolves around the tourists the amusement park bring in.