Her life crashed and burned, but she rebuilt from the ashes. Now a handsome stranger wants to take away the only thing she has left.
When Kat Hopa lost her husband, her B&B in Haven Bay became her sanctuary. With every room she renovated, she put a piece of herself back together too. So when Sterling Knight knocks on her door with an offer to buy her property, she isn't interested–no matter how intriguing she finds the shadows behind his icy blue eyes.
Sterling is determined to prove himself at work, and that means ensuring that his company's next project–on Kat's land–is a success. Now all he has to do is convince the stubborn (and distractingly beautiful) owner to sell. Ignoring his intense attraction to her is impossible, and before long, Kat–and the tight knit bay community–are inching their way into his heart.
Kat never imagined she'd get a second chance at true love, and especially not with someone who's as much in need of fixing as she is. Sterling never expected to meet a woman who'd make him consider giving up everything he's worked so hard for. Can Kat and Sterling overcome their painful pasts to take a chance on happily ever after?
Then There Was You is a heartfelt small town romance. If you like beachside kisses, quirky characters, and emotionally-charged stories, then you'll love the first book in the Haven Bay series.
"I read book one in this series and it was fantastic." ~ Elena Aitken, USA Today Bestselling Author
"I suggest you have a box of tissues and a glass of wine close by when you start reading this truly amazing story, that made me cry and laugh."
"It's hard to describe either the story or how it made me feel without throwing in a zillion spoilers, so just - read the first page - you won't want to stop."
1. Then There Was You
2. Two of a Kind
3. Safe In His Arms
4. If Only You Knew
5. Pretend to Be Yours
6. Begin Again With You
Then there was You
It took me a while to get into this story. The characters were all interesting and seems to each be a story on their on and this turns out to be the case.
The pieces begin to fit together around the middle of the book and it becomes a good read.
This is imaginative, inspiring, loving, and has a bit of humor thrown in. Very good writing.