My secret high school crush.
The guy I wish I’d married instead of the jerk I ended up with.
Fifteen years later, I’m single again and back in my hometown when who do I run into? Nick! Wow, has he changed. Tall and muscular with a sexy smile that has me stumbling on my words.
He asks me to dinner. Just as friends. But we can’t deny the spark between us.
We end up spending the whole weekend together. By the end of it I have no doubt that Nick is The One.
The only problem? He’s leaving. Going back to his life in New York. And I’m going back to LA.
After such an amazing weekend, I’m not willing to give up on us. This is my chance to be with the guy I wanted all along.
But how do we make this work? How can we be together when our lives are so far apart?
Smoking hot. Sexy as hell.
And the one person who could put me out of business.
If he thinks he’s going to run me out of town for opening a microbrewery that competes with his, he’s in for a fight.
And I’m going to win.
The Kanfield name will get him a few customers, but he knows my beer is better than his. That’s why he keeps trying so hard to get close to me.
Flirty comments. Dinner invites. A kiss. He can do all that and more, but I’ll never give him my secrets.
I admit I’m attracted to him, but I won’t let that distract me. The stakes are too high. I put everything I have into this brewery and if it doesn’t succeed I’ll be left with nothing.
In a town this size, only one of us will survive and it’s going to be me.
Except I’m starting to really like the jerk…
Is it possible to have both my brewery and Sawyer? Or will I be forced to choose?
Impulsive. Messy. Bold
And the guy I met on the day I was supposed to get married.
After calling off my wedding, I ran away… and drove into a blizzard that landed my car in the ditch. Luckily Brody, a big tall guy with gorgeous blue eyes and an easygoing smile, was driving by and saved me.
The plan was to stay with him until the storm passed, but I knew I’d need more time to face what waited for me back home.
So I made Brody a deal: I’d pay him to let me stay there for three weeks, the time that should have been my now-canceled honeymoon. We’d be roommates only, nothing more.
The agreement might’ve worked if we weren’t stuck in his house together for days.
If we hadn’t been drinking.
If we weren’t so darn attracted to each other.
Three weeks later, I don’t want to leave. I never imagined myself with a guy like Brody, but now I can’t see myself with anyone else.
But am I willing to start a new life with a guy I’ve only known a few weeks?
Tall. Athletic. Really hot baseball coach.
My first and only one-night stand.
And surprise! The father of my child.
I met Jason at a friend’s wedding and our chemistry was off the charts. After a night of dancing and a few too many drinks, we ended up in his hotel room. The next morning we decided not to see each other again since I’d be moving away soon.
Months later, I’m still thinking about him, wanting to see him, but not sure if I should. A positive pregnancy test made the decision for me.
Jason’s shocked at the news and wants to know how we’ll co-parent with me moving away. But I have a more immediate problem… my parents coming to town.
My very traditional parents would be crushed if they knew I was having a baby with a guy I barely know. I can’t disappoint them like that. So I hatch a plan.
A fake engagement, just for the week my parents are here. Problem solved. Or so I thought, until that little white lie gets leaked to the whole town.
I have to make a decision: Tell the truth or keep pretending. I decide to fess up… until Jason gets down on one knee. With an engagement ring.