Borrowing Amor

Borrowing Amor

By:  Kat Bellemore  Ongoing
Language: English
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A small-town mayor. A stranger with a sketchy past.Two weeks before Christmas, Katie is kicked out of her apartment. Again. Rather than wander the streets and continue to work for a dirty cop, she escapes, determined to disappear for good. Until her car breaks down in a small New Mexican town, and everything is threatened when she falls for the charming mayor.Sam Freedman is the first bachelor mayor of Amor. After convincing the locals that having a mayor without family responsibilities means he can dedicate all of his time to the community, they watch his every move. Then Katie Andersen shows up. Against Sam’s better judgement, he hires her to replace his former event coordinator. Now he can barely think straight, let alone run a town. In the midst of half-truths and outright lies, Katie and Sam desperately search for the place where honesty and trust lead to love. But they have to find it before the past catches up with them.

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Katie stared at the two black trash bags sitting in front of her apartment door. Her heart sank. Not again. She’d been evicted before, but not in the middle of a Colorado winter. Even without paying her gas bill she had been warmer than what the streets could offer her. With a resolute step, Katie approached the apartment manager's door further down the hall. At the last second, she hesitated, then gave two short raps."Come in," a muffled voice called.Katie pushed the door open and found Scarlett in the living room, bent over in the position of Downward Dog. A dangerously thin woman demonstrated the yoga pose on the TV behind her. Scarlett glanced at Katie, her brows crinkling, as if she had be
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Just a Small-Town Mayor
Sam leaned over his desk and pointed to the calendar hanging on the office wall. “Why don’t we have something set up for Friday?”Zoe sighed. “Honestly, because people are a little hesitant to let the mayor come see how their operations work. They don’t see it as you wanting to reach out to them. They see it as you wanting to spy on them.”“But how can I help our city reach its potential if I don’t know our community?” Sam sat in his high-backed chair with a heavy thud. “I want to understand the people who helped elect me. I want to understand their concerns and the things that a politician usually doesn’t get to see.”Zoe s
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Katie watched as the passing landscape transitioned from white fields and snow-capped mountains to desert and dry, flat plains. She had never been this far out west before, and she wasn’t sure she liked it. It was so dead and void of life. Then again, maybe she would fit in just fine.Her gas light blinked on and Katie cursed. She had ten dollars in her pocket, but that wouldn’t get her far. Normally she would ‘borrow’ a credit card from someone, but things were different now. She didn’t have anyone covering her tracks like she had in Colorado. If she was going to stay under Teddy’s radar she had to be more careful, and that meant no more ‘borrowing.’Crap. How was she going to survive?
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Lunch Date
Sam studied Katie across the cafe table. She seemed nervous. Either she was avoiding eye contact, or the menu she was buried in was more interesting than he was. He liked the way her blond hair fell forward, framing her face. Sam pulled his thoughts to a halt when Melinda walked up wearing a Santa hat, a pad and pencil in hand.“You’re looking good in those coveralls,” she said with a wink.“You’ll be able to see them again tonight on the ten o’clock news,” Sam said, offering her a smile.Sam noticed Katie staring at him from behind her menu, but when he glanced her way, she ducked behind it.With a wave of he
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An Unexpected Meeting
Katie snuggled deeper into the plush hotel bed, never wanting to leave. She still had a couple hours until checkout, so she wasn’t in a big hurry, though she did want to take advantage of their free breakfast. When was the last time she’d slept on a bed? Now that she thought about it, what had Scarlett been able to sell from Katie’s apartment? It wasn’t like she’d owned a TV or nice dishes or anything.She eyed the two black bags sitting in the corner of the room. Sam and CJ had been nice enough to help her clean out her car before taking her to the hotel, and CJ had even offered to buy the car for parts, in addition to not charging her for the tow. Katie couldn’t stop thinking about the two hundred dollars that sat in her back pocket. Any thief worth their salt could grab that and be gone without her realizing they ha
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Her New Boss
Sam watched Katie as she talked on a park bench with one of the vagrants. His phone rang and he slipped it out of his pocket, his gaze never leaving the strange pair.“Hi, Zoe.”“We have a problem,” Zoe said. “The event coordinator just canceled.”Sam didn’t respond right away. The homeless woman had spotted him. Katie glanced his way and surprise flashed across her features. Then Zoe’s words registered.“Wait, what?”She released a heavy sigh. “Apparently, she and her fiancé couldn’t wait to plan their own little event, and they eloped this morning. She just sent me a text from California. Can you belie
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Be Bad, But Don't be a Liar
Katie froze. Had she really just accepted a job with no idea what it entailed? She would be paid twice as much as the employee who’d quit, but she had no idea how much they had been getting paid in the first place. And to top it all off, her plan to keep a low profile had just got her thrown into the lion’s den. Katie had known that fraternizing with a news anchor would lead to trouble—but fraternizing with the mayor? She might as well call Teddy with her GPS coordinates.With a quick glance back at Sam, who avoided her gaze, she followed Zoe outside. “I don’t know if this is the best idea,” she said, struggling to keep up with Zoe’s power walk. “Sam—I mean the mayor—has paid for my hotel through tomorrow, and I’ve been thinking this may be a good time for me to get a bus ticket and contin
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A Certain Level of Respect
Sam sat at his desk, piles of paperwork that needed his attention scattered around the room. He hoped taking the week off to be out in the community was worth all the extra headache. If I hadn’t, I would never have met Katie. Sam forced the thought out as soon as it appeared. Katie had made it clear how she felt about working for the mayor. The way she had run away from the prospect of having to share the same space as him—he couldn’t rid himself of the image. Did she think so poorly of him that she would go so far as to turn down a much-needed paycheck? Sure, he had misrepresented himself, but it wasn’t like he had planned on it. Not correcting a mistake wasn’t the same thing as lying. That was another thing he had learned when he became a politician.“Knock knock.”
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A Palpable Connection
Katie’s two black garbage bags lay on the ground next to her feet. She stood in front of Zoe’s pink two-story house, complete with black and pink polka-dotted shutters. Katie knew she should come up with something nice to say about the house, like how bright and cheerful it was, but she couldn’t quite get the words to come out. “Your place has a lot of character,” she finally managed.Zoe laughed. “I know, it’s a little much. But it’s my happy place.”“I can’t thank you enough,” Katie said. “You’re a real lifesaver. This week has been insane, and I don’t know what I would have done without you and the mayor.&rdquo
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A Good Kind of Insane
Sam paced across Zoe’s office. Katie’s scent lingered, though he couldn’t pinpoint what it was, or when he had discovered that she smelled like it. It just was. But it brought comfort knowing that even though she wasn’t there, a part of her had stayed behind.Except it should have been more than just her scent in that room. Katie and Zoe were already forty-five minutes late. With an impatient glance at his watch, Sam compared the time with the clock on the wall. They were the same. He pulled out his phone, just to make sure. As he stared at the large digital numbers that informed him that, yes, they really were that late, his phone vibrated in his hand.“Zoe, where are you guys? I thought you were meeting me almost an hour ago.” Sam tried to keep his
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