Monday, June 24, 2024

Title: In Fine Form
Series: The Doyle Family #2
Author: Shannyn Schroeder
Genre: Steamy Contemporary Romance
Tropes: Brother's Best Friend, Fake Wedding Date
Older Woman/Younger Man, Single Mom
Cover Design: The Killion Group
Release Date: July 2, 2024


He was in fine form until life—and love—threw him for a loop...

Declan Doyle is ready for a change. He’s finally going to put his couch-surfing, job-hopping, responsibility-free days behind him. So, when his best friend’s sister offers room and board in exchange for home repairs, he jumps at the opportunity. Falling for her wasn’t part of his plan. But that’s exactly what he does...

As a divorced single mom with a dilapidated house, Renee Griggs has more responsibility than she can handle. So, even though Declan has always been more charming than reliable, she needs his help. She does not, however, need to fall into bed with him. Or so she keeps telling herself...

One fake wedding date (with only one bed), a ton of chemistry, and a surprisingly intense emotional connection later, Declan’s ready for happily ever after. But can he prove to Renee that he’s a risk worth taking?

There’s only one way to find out...

In Fine Form, book 2 in The Doyle Family series, is a spicy, opposites attract, older woman/younger man, brother’s best friend contemporary romance that can be read as a standalone. Join the Doyles in the Chicago neighborhood full of big, Irish families and happily ever afters.






Shannyn Schroeder is the author of The O’Leary Family series, The O’Malley Family series, and The Doyle Family series, contemporary romances centered around large Irish-American families in Chicago. The Hot & Nerdy series is about nerdy college friends finding love. And her Daring Divorcees series follows a group of middle-aged divorcees getting back into the dating scene.

Under the pen name Sloane Steele, the Counterfeit Capers series released in 2021. This Leverage-inspired heist romance series follows a group of criminals who come together as a team to right some wrongs. They accomplish this by stealing art from criminals worse than them and replacing it with forgeries.

Shannyn grew up in a Northside Chicago neighborhood filled with big Irish families like the ones she writes about. Her characters get drunk, say f*ck, and eat a ton of pizza as they try to navigate life and love. Whether it’s a big family of siblings unable to mind their own business or a group of friends who are thicker than thieves or a crew of criminals learning how to work together as a team, readers can relate to her characters and cheer for them.

When this editor and former English teacher isn’t wrangling her three almost-grown kids or drawing from her own Irish heritage for writing, she watches a ton of TV and loves to bake cookies.

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