If you're subscribed to the Lauren Layne Weekly, you've already heard me talk about Good Girl and how it's quite different for me!
Not only in characters/storyline (the heroine is a country music star, whaaaaaaat?!) but also in setting. This is the first book of mine in a long time not to be set in a big-city, but I didn't just go small-town. I went all the way off the grid.
The majority of the book takes place at a mansion in the outskirts of Glory, Louisiana. The whole "no cell service" thing is a pretty pivotal part of my plot, as is the fact that the grand old mansion that the heroine thinks she'll be staying at has fallen into major disrepair, and as a result requires the presence of a hunky handyman to fix the broke stairs, leaky facets, and so on.
It took me forever to find a picture of the house I envisioned, and this isn't exactly it, but it definitely captures the secluded, romantic vibe.