She’s guarding a secret...one that, if it’s discovered, will destroy everything she’s worked so hard to gain.
In order to claim her inheritance, Jordan Shaw is forced to return to her hometown. She changes her name and opens a flower shop, praying no one will ever learn the truth about her past. But when she meets Luke Kincaid, her carefully-constructed walls come tumbling down...even though she’s convinced he’s married.
He’s in love with two women at the same time...one of whom he’s never even seen.
When Luke wanders into Jordan’s flower shop to buy a gift for his mother’s birthday, Jordan falls off a ladder and into his arms. But this encouraging beginning quickly turns to anger and accusations. What could he have possibly done to make Jordan hate him? And how can he have such strong feelings for her when he also finds himself falling for M.J.—a troubled young woman he has met only through her long-lost diary?
A lighthearted and interesting story that’s fun to read. There’s no sex, but I guess sometimes you just can have everything. The plot is strong and the characters well-developed.
I enjoyed the characters and found them, especially Luke, well-developed and complex. I didn’t mind the lack of sex, since holding off until marriage to have sex seemed to fit Jordan’s way of thinking, even though it is a little outmoded and old fashioned. There are some people who still think that way. Aren’t there? There was lots of sexual tension, though, and that worked for me. I also thought the plot was strong, with some nice twists and turns.
Debbie Lee was born and raised in South Dakota, but currently lives in Arizona with her 9 year old tabby cat named Lucy. She raised 2 daughters, Nicole and Katie, and she is extremely proud of the wonderful women they have become. She has worked for the State of Arizona as an Administrative Assistant for the last 22 years. Lee started writing in 2009 and enjoys reading contemporary romances mixed with a little humor. She’s thankful to God for all the blessings in her life and for this new adventure as a writer. Lee is a huge animal lover, and especially enjoys spending time with her four-legged Chihuahua “grandchildren,” Bruiser and Dottie.