A Lot Like Home: a Small Town Enemies to Lovers Romance

By (author)Kathryn Cantrell


In “A Lot Like Home,” Havana Nixon is determined to save her Texas town by letting in a big developer, but ex-Navy SEAL Caleb Hardy is the only thing standing in her way. When a matchmaking aunt predicts their love, a showdown ensues as they struggle to admit their feelings. This small town, closed-door military romance offers enemies-to-lovers vibes, lots of chemistry, and a swoony alpha male SEAL hero, with a slow burn and kissing only.


Her plans to save her small town didn’t include a pig playing cupid…or falling for the enemy.Superstition Springs native Havana Nixon is convinced letting a big developer into their tiny Texas oasis is the only way to save the town, and she’s not about to let a newcomer, no matter how gorgeous, derail her plans.. Ex Navy SEAL Caleb Hardy is determined to atone for past mistakes by helping the old woman whose letters got him through his last deployment. When he and his band of brothers drop into her quirky, dying Texas town, only one thing stands in the way of his redemption: Havana.. When Havana’s aunt tosses out one of her famous “love predictions”—matching Havana with Caleb—the town is set for the showdown of the century. Havana and Caleb can’t even compromise, let alone admit they’re falling for each other—will this be the one love prediction that fails to come true?. A Lot Like Home is a small town, closed door military romance with enemies to lovers vibes, chemistry galore and lots of swoony moments, but NO spice for readers who love an alpha male SEAL hero and want less heat.Tropes:Enemies to loversMatchmaking auntShe’s back home for good this timeAlpha cinnamon roll SEAL heroWounded warrior (his scars are on the inside)She’s giving the whole town a glow-upSlow burnClosed door/kissing only