She wasn't looking for romance.
A single mother for the past ten years, Maddie's been too busy for love, and too busy trying to make ends meet to jump start her sagging photography career.
Brokenhearted when her daughter leaves to live with her father for the summer, Maddie decides to embrace the unexpected freedom and accepts the offer of the first solo show of her moody black and white photographs.
Leaving Seattle and the safety of her job at an upscale art gallery, she heads to Washington State's Majestic Lake where, in a rustic cabin on the lake, she finds the inspiration she needs and sets up her dark room.
A traumatic childhood has left her a loner. She found out early it's safer that way. But maintaining her distance is almost impossible in a town like Fortune Bay, and despite her best efforts, she slowly realizes that this is the life she's always wished for but never thought she could have: inspiration, real friends, and the man of her dreams.
But now, when success and happiness beckon, Maddie's not sure whether to take the chance, or if it will all blow up in her face when the they discover who she really is.
Welcome to Fortune Bay
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Summer of Fortune, Book 1
Excellent book. I had to read the book through in one sitting as it was so good. It captured my attention from the beginning and through to the last page. It is worth reading.
Fun Small Town Romance
What a great small town romance. The two characters, Maddie and Jake, are so good for each other. From the very beginn8ng I liked them both. Both have been hurt before from their exes and are so afraid to start something, but the story is so well told that you feel like part of the story. You will fall in love with all the characters and understand their fears, anxiety, but will be pulling for them because they are so lovable. This is a series and there was no cliffhangers! I will read the rest of the series. A great beach read or vacation read. Highly recommend. I enjoy these type of stories.