SHE WANTS TO MOVE ON…WITH SOMEONE BLAND AND
Widowed psychologist Maggie McShae is
ready to find someone
who won’t make her heart beat fast, her knees grow weak,
her body go hot and cold at the same time. No one she can
really love, because love brings too much pain.
Drew Poulos, son of a billionaire, is hiding out in
Lake, working at his brothers’ brandy company. He
those very feelings Maggie’s determined to avoid. The
businessman, who left his high society bride at the
is the last person she’d ever seriously date. But he
just be perfect for a fling…
HE NEEDS A DATE FOR
HIS BROTHER’S WEDDING…WITH SOMEONE
WHO CAN CALM HIS QUIRKY FAMILY.
heartbroken to ever trust any woman again, but
the sexy psychologist is the perfect person to deflect
family’s attention as his brother marries the woman Drew
once thought was his.
As sparks fly, two injured
hearts might just find that true
love can be even better the second time around.
When it comes to her heart, Arabella D’Angelo has
on—even though she still lives in Mirror Lake,
Connecticut, a little tourist town with a long memory for
mistakes. Ever the dutiful daughter of a cantankerous
widower who holds grudges, Bella has spent the past
twelve years raising her younger brother and making a
name for herself as a successful psychologist. Now, when
she isn’t counseling a lonely-hearts club for senior
women, she’s humoring her matchmaking girlfriends. Bella
resists the romancing of their blind dates, yet her
friends hope she’ll fall for a local and scrap plans for
a fresh start in Chicago.
Then, just before Bella’s
thirtieth birthday, her first
love, Roman Spikonos, returns to Mirror Lake. When he
moves next door to her family’s garden-center business to
run his grandparents’ orchard, it stirs up gossip—and a
tempest of passions—just in time for pumpkin harvest. As
Roman and Bella once again get caught up in a swirl of
desire and heartache, not to mention her overprotective
father’s fury, Mirror Lake will soon find out whether the
Italian hometown beauty and her unforgettable Greek god
can stand a second chance.