Living and working on the beautiful island of Maui, Ellie Monroe pretends she’s happy with her life. As marketing director for Kupid Enterprises, she’s professional and precise, but as a woman, she’s timid and lonely.
Maltrand Kekoa, or Mr. I.T. as his co-workers call him, has overcome a lifetime of obstacles to get where he is today. Professionally Mr. I.T’s at the height of his game, but personally, he’s crushing on a woman who doesn’t seem to know he exists. All that changes when his boss reveals to him an employee is siphoning money from his hotels, and he wants Ellie and Mr. I.T. to find the thief and save the company.
Armed with his ‘in case of emergency’ plan, Mr. I.T. is tenacious enough to disarm Ellie’s heart and make ‘Operation Me and Mr. I.T.” more than a temporary arrangement. All he needs is a broken laptop, a set of wedding bands, and a Frisbee to make her Mrs. I.T., for real.
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Katie Mettner writes inspirational and romantic suspense from a little house in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. She’s the author of the four part epic family saga, The Sugar Series, Sugar’s Song being runner up for sweet romance in the eFestival of Words contest. Her other romance series, The Northern Lights Series, The Snowberry Holiday Series, Kupid’s Cove Series, and The Magnificent Series are all set in the Midwest. If you love romance and romantic suspense, her books are for you!
Katie lives with her soulmate, whom she met online at Thanksgiving and married in April. Together they share their lives with their three children and leopard gecko named Very Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, or Slinky, for short. After suffering an especially bad spill on the bunny hill in 1989, Katie became an amputee in 2011, giving her the much needed time to pen her first novel, Sugar’s Dance. With the release of Sugar’s story, Katie discovered the unfilled need for disabled heroes and heroines! Her stories are about empowering people with special circumstances to find the one person who will love them because of their abilities, not their inabilities. Katie has a slight addiction to Twitter and blogging, with a lessening aversion to Pinterest now that she quit trying to make the things she pinned.