Summer Devon is the alter ego Kate Rothwell who invented Summer's name in the middle of a nasty blizzard. At the time she was talking to her sister who longed to visit Devon, England--so the name Summer Devon is all about desire. Between them Kate and Summer have written books that have been a Romantic Time's Reviewer's Choice Nominee and a three-time finalist in the Passionate Plume Award (she and Bonnie Dee won last year) as well as other awards.
Game Onby Summer Devon
Ned Hill is attempting to jump-start his creative work by recreating The Swimmer
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Grant Rensler knows he’s considered uptight, even at the law firm where he’s been working long hours to make partner—but he simply likes his privacy. He's furious to discover that some nut has been taking dips in his pool while he's been working at the office
Ned Hill is attempting to jump-start his creative work by recreating The Swimmer. When he’s swimming laps in a neighbor’s pool, the homeowner flips out. Ned feels slightly apologetic for annoying Grant, but mostly he is intrigued by the man, so very different from his usual, more laid-back partners.
Then, when they run into each other again, Ned decides he’s definitely interested. He’s just got to convince Grant he’s not trying to ruin his life or career — and that the attraction of an opposite can be good...Very, very good.
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Loved these characters and the whole pool concept. The book started off in a fairly detailed way. Then everything sped up as if the author couldn't figure out how to sustain the plot. I was just getting into the characters and story when it rather suddenly came to an end. I found this frustrating and felt a bit cheated. Had this been fleshed out, or at least not rushed so much at the end, I would have given it a much higher rating.
My names Devon too! Its not to often that its spelled o n than i n.