Hamilton had his future planned out. Everything was right on track with college until his father had a heart attack and every dime of Hamilton’s savings went to paying off the medical bills. Now, he’s desperate to earn it back so he can head off to school like he’s always wanted. His method is selling homemade jerky from his father’s RV. The only problem is the person parked on the other side of the street.
Jay’s family has struggled to pay the bills for as long as he could remember. Since he was fifteen, he’s been selling homemade honey at the same spot, right up the road from the grocery store. Then came some jerk in an RV, parking in his spot and adding competition where there never had been any before.
Jay’s never been a hothead, but Hamilton brings it out in him when the two start clashing over the location. It doesn’t help that Jay can’t tell if he hates Hamilton because he stole his spot, or because that smirk Hamilton gets sometimes is a little less annoying than Jay wants it to be. Not to mention, Hamilton might think that Jay looks a little cute when he gets wound up. They would have been happy to never do more than just glare at each other from across the street. But when a fancy new food truck arrives and threatens to put them both out of business, the two have to put aside their differences and team up to chase off the competition.
Nicole “Cappie” Thorn was born in California but, after a stint in Kansas, moved to a suburb of Phoenix. She spends a lot of her free time knitting and reading from her massive book collection. Her eclectic tastes, like Disneyland, Buffy and all things London, carry into her writing. She started writing in her early twenties and finds it wonderfully addictive.
Sarah Hall has been writing since her early teens and plans to continue long past her death, via robot body. She spends her days daydreaming about conversations between fictional characters, and ignoring the condescending looks she gets from her cats when she does so. During her day in the unforgiving Arizona heat, she juggles her pets, writing, and her neurotic sometimes writing partner. She has no problems with said juggling, as the Force is with her