Then, Now, and Always
She’s known him since kindergarten, and she’s loved him almost that long. Now that he’s her boss, it’s her last hope that he might finally notice her …
Candace Weaver knows why they call it a crush. Her feelings for Evan Bridges have been so powerful for so long that she’s been nearly flattened under the weight of them. When she applies for a job at a Cambria coffeehouse, she doesn’t know whether to be pleased or horrified that he’s the new owner.
Evan never noticed Candace in high school, and he’s never given her much thought since then. He’s been too busy having one disastrous relationship after another with every glamorous, sexy woman who’ll have him. Now that he and Candace are working closely together, he’s beginning to see what he’s been missing. Unfortunately, he just might be too late.
Then, Now, and Always is the fourth novel in Linda Seed’s Otter Bluff series, but it also can be enjoyed as a stand-alone romance.
Fresh and a little emotionally laden
Enjoyable read. Excellent stand alone in a series. Cute set up. The male lead is leaning towards controlling more than passionate but is also quite believably real.