This Just In by Kathryn Scarborough
Fiction: Romance (Contemporary)
Available from www.Amazon.com
"This book will be embraced by readers who appreciate fast-paced stories with no fuss. It's fun, to the point, and Gina is an incredible heroine who sometimes may remind you of yourself in the many ways her brain seems to take over and interrupt her daily thoughts. If you don't believe in love at first sight, Scarborough will promptly change your mind."
—Jaime A. Geraldi, Romantic Times
Science teacher Gina Thompson is as pragmatic and level headed as the next person except for the perpetual TV announcer that lives in her head and comments on everything she thinks. Her large family drives her crazy by getting her the worst blind dates on the planet. Ken Armstrong is an astrophysicist working at NASA. He is alone except for his grouchy old cat and his grouchy old uncle, Ken’s only family, and he likes it fine that way. Uncle Johann meets Gina and decides "she is the one" for Ken. Through a series of planned mishaps and an icy visit from Mother Nature these two seriously logical people discover that indeed, there is scientific proof of love at first sight.
This past year, an article Kathryn Scarborough wrote about her father was published in Flight Journal Magazine, and she has placed several short stories and scholarly articles in other magazines. She has just written a small book on the history of the Methodist Church in North Carolina that will be in a collection for libraries and historical societies to be released this year. She just moved recently to Birmingham, AL, from central NC with her husband.