Contemporary second chance romance. Shelby and Alex met while working at an indoor waterpark. After a tragic end to their summer romance, they are separated for twelve years. They reunite at a wedding and embark on a sex filled reunion but they want different things out of it. Alex wants forever, Shelby only wants sex because she doesn’t think she can trust Alex and truly forgive him for the past.
Willow Haven’s content. Okay, that’s a lie, but she has been trying her damndest. Trouble is, it never sticks. Second oldest in a family her town was named after, she’s always felt the pressure. From the townspeople, from her sisters, but most of all from her daddy—the original Good Old Boy and Havenbrook’s reigning mayor. The only time she didn’t feel that stress had been those blissful months spent in the arms of the resident bad boy. The same one who broke her heart beyond repair when he left without a word.
Life hasn’t come easy for Finn Thomas. He’s had to claw and fight for everything he’s ever had—and truth be told, it hasn’t been much. He spent the first eighteen years of his life living so far from the wrong side of the tracks, he couldn’t even see them through his trailer window. The only thing that ever came easy for him and made his sorry ass happy was the one girl he loved with all his heart. And the one thing he had no choice but to leave behind.
When an opportunity arises to return to his tiny, southern hometown and open the first bar in a formerly dry county, he jumps at the chance. That won’t win him points with the mayor, who’s hell bent on making Finn’s life a nightmare for sullying his namesake. But too bad for Mayor Haven, Finn’s got his sights set on more than just the town, and this time he won’t be scared off quite so easily.
Ex-detective Taylor Hamilton is broken. After the devastating loss of his children and parents, his marriage crumbled and fell apart. Besides the grief, he is tortured daily by intense pain after a job related shooting. Not willing to allow the reality of what his life has become, he finds a way to deal with it that could make everything worse.
Allison Brennan has one huge reason for returning to her childhood home of Laurel Creek, Montana…Taylor Hamilton. Looking for a fresh start after a failed relationship, Allison opens a flower shop and sets her sights on the ex-detective she’s loved since high school. Unfortunately the main obstacle in the way is none other than Taylor Hamilton.
Do Taylor and Allison have a second chance at love, or will they destroy each other in the process?
We were the push and the pull of the ocean – a combination that couldn’t decide it’s ending factor. After twelve years, you’d think seeing each other would be welcome. But too much has changed since we parted.
Ian Wells, former childhood friend of Kasey Miller, is the same boy who moved just before hell broke loose. The same boy that Kasey nursed a crush on since they were five, and the same boy that never called once since the day he left twelve years ago.
But now he was there, living in the apartment next door like he could waltz back into her life. No amount of time could heal how much he missed as they grew up … grew apart.
All he wanted was to get to know the girl he used to love spending every waking moment with, but all she wanted was to be left alone by the boy she blamed for all the pain.
He was an up-and-coming rock star, and she was an up-and-coming train wreck. Together, they’ll have to figure out what risks are worth taking before losing it all.
One look was all it took.
He was a singer with nothing but a guitar and a beat up van, determined to take the music world by storm.
I was a high school senior, a good girl who’d never even gone out on a date, with dreams of becoming a doctor.
Neither of us were looking for love. We thought we had our lives mapped out—but nothing is ever set in stone.
Sometimes, one night is all it takes to change your life forever.
They call me…Jessie’s Girl.