Gincy Gannon isn’t exactly an easy fit with the upper crust Vineyard scene. Raised poor and precocious in Nowhere, New Hampshire, she escaped to Boston after high school. Now a career at PBS fills her days, while her freewheeling sex life keeps her otherwise stimulated. Commitment is definitely not her thing. So why, when Gincy is supposed to be reeling in lifeguards, is she falling for a single dad?
Life is good for Danielle Leers. She’s got a close-knit family, a killer wardrobe, and a job that keeps her in manicures and massages. As far as Danielle’s concerned, pampering is a right, not a privilege. Besides, now that she’s set her sights on settling down, her good grooming will attract great husband material. Which should mean a well-heeled professional – not a townie who fishes for a living.
It’s a beach read. A perfect one. It has enough minor catastrophes for laughs, insights for tears and romance for sighs. Three wonderful women in the hands of this talented author make one captivating and fun story to read. Don’t miss it! -- Kris Alice, ARomanceReview.com
Blueblood Clare Wellman doesn’t worry about keeping up appearances – her boyfriend, Winchester Carrington, III, is in charge of that. Actually, he’s in charge of pretty much everything . . . and never lets Clare forget it. Some time on her own is just what Clare needs to get to know herself again. Then Win proposes. An engagement ring shouldn’t feel like an albatross – and this summer may be Clare’s last chance to see what could be – before what is ties her down for good.