Author David Hutchings tells a story highlighting the thrill of finding that special person when one least expects it in his entertaining new romance novel, “Taylor Made” (published by AuthorHouse).
Taylor Deborah O’Farrell – nicknamed “Taylor Made” by family and friends, a joke about her parents using in vitro fertilization to conceive – is a 27-year-old daydreamer living with her grouchy teddy bear, Constable. Like other young women, she enjoys going out and spending time with her friends.
One night at a coworker’s engagement party, Taylor impulsively slips her phone number into the jacket pocket of a man who was flirting with her.
Things take an interesting twist when the jacket ends up belonging to 29-year-old photographer Miles Britain.
As the story unfolds, it becomes clear Miles is the man Taylor needs.
“Taylor is not looking for love or a relationship,” Hutchings writes. “It’s a story of how life can change for the better when you are not planning it.”