Carly Stewart put everything she owns in storage before leaving her live-in boyfriend in New York to pursue happiness.
While staying temporarily at her family's vacation home on Seashell Island, Carly runs into an old family friend, Beauregard Romano. However, Carly is pleasantly surprised that Beau is no longer the same scrawny boy she remembered. She can’t deny that he's certainly transformed into a sexy hunk over the years.
She's successfully self-employed, has an unrefined vocabulary, and is a wine enthusiast in the prime of her life.
He's a single father of a three-year-old daughter and the preacher of the only church on Seashell Island.
Will sparks fly between the two? Can they make their differences work? Or is it best to ignore the sparks and pretend they don’t exist?
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Home on Seashell Island
I thoroughly enjoyed the setting on the island, the characters and the way the romance developed without explicit love scenes, although the passion between Carly and Beau could still be felt.