Holly Kerr writes books people enjoy. All her books feature strong women who aren’t afraid to go after what they want, from her early rom-com (Unexpecting), women’s fiction (Coming Home) and chick lit (Absinthe Doesn’t Make the Heart Grow Fonder).
For her latest books, she’s taken her hidden fantasy of being a super-hero and mixed it into chick lit to come up with the Charlotte Dodd series about a secret agent who loses her memory. The Secret Life of Charlotte Dodd is the first in the series, with the prequel, The Missing Files of Charlotte Dodd giving some backstory about why Charlotte is so secret. And The Best Worst First Date Ever continues Charlotte’s story. A third book in coming soon.
She also writes MG books for her kids. The Dragon Under the Mountain, and the sequel, The Dragon Under the Dome, will be available soon.
The Best Worst First Date Ever – A Chick Lit Adventure Series (Charlotte Dodd Book 2)
by Holly Kerr
Genre: Women’s Fiction/Women’s Adventure
The adventures of Charlotte Dodd continue with The Best Worst First Date Ever.
Tenley Scott is a single mother and owner of Soup du Jour. She’s full of nervous excitement for her date with Colin, the handsome Brit who’s been hanging around the café.
She’s expecting casual conversation over drinks. Maybe dinner. Possibly a second date.
Not crazed ex-girlfriends, armed thugs, car crashes and a kidnapping. Worst date ever.
And then Tenley finds out about NIAA, the Canadian secret spy organization. Hello, Charlotte Dodd.
In a move out of a sci-fi movie, Charlotte’s missing memories are implanted into Tenley’s mind, giving Tenley top secret information about the Agency, dangerous spy missions and Charlotte’s love, Hamilton Short. Now it’s a race to keep Tenley out of the hands of those who want the information and to find a way to get Charlotte out of her head.
It’s been a while since Tenley’s been on a date, but this date turns out worse – and better- than she ever expected!
by Holly Kerr
Genre: Women’s Fiction/Romantic Comedy
Loving your sisters is easy. Liking them is the hard part.
After her cheating husband destroys her career, Brenna has nowhere to go but home.
Home means her four sisters in the tiny Northern Ontario town with no Starbucks and well-meaning townsfolk who know her every move. Every mistake.
And Brenna is making more than a few mistakes. From falling asleep at the local bar to hooking up with her niece’s boyfriend, Brenna’s life is giving the town a lot to talk about.
Her sister Cat wants nothing to do with her. Content living in the family home with the ghost of their mother, Cat’s left a trail of broken hearts and failed marriages on the road to Brenna’s ex, Seamus Todd. Brenna’s return brings back old insecurities and unanswered questions for Cat.
Sibling rivalries, old grudges and a least one knock-out, drag-down kitchen fight ensue as Brenna and Cat are forced to live under the same roof.
And to make it worse, Brenna’s not the only one coming home.