Dive into this sweet (and slightly steamy) enemies-to-lovers office romance and fall in love with the town of St. Caroline ...
For years, Lucy Wyndham wondered whether she'd ever catch another glimpse of the boy she crushed on as a teenager at the Chesapeake Inn's summer camp for disadvantaged kids. He was tall and quiet ... mysterious and aloof ... and oh so gorgeous.
Also the owner’s son. Not the slightest bit disadvantaged.
Fast forward ... now Sterling Matthew runs the Chesapeake Inn and is Lucy's boss. He's still tall, aloof, and oh so gorgeous. Ten years later, the attraction between them is just as strong—but they’re no more compatible today than they were as teenagers.
Nor do they share the same views of the summer camp. When Sterling informs Lucy that the camp must be eliminated to improve the resort's bottom line, she embarks on an ambitious campaign to save it. Even if the price is her job ... and her heart.
"Masterfully crafted." —InD'Tale Magazine
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Children who shared an attraction were United years later. The challenge for them is to get past physical attraction to learn what might work long term. The odds seem against them but timely interventions impact their lives. Mostly predictable but interesting to watch the characters come to terms with who they are
By Julia Gabriel
Boring put me to sleep and I tried to finish it still boring!
Really Enjoyed This
I love when the female character has intelligence and doesn’t make silly assumptions. I enjoyed the author’s style as well. Overly descriptive sex doesn’t ring my bell. I was allowed to use my own imagination which added to the enjoyment of the characters’ attraction to each other.