Yours for the Askingby Kenna White
Running her bed-and-breakfast like clockwork and hosting her younger, glamorous, songbird sister for the holidays only underscores Lauren's choice of order over risk. Kelly's vibrant and impetuous nature doesn't stick to anything--or any one woman--for long. That includes
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The responsible one. The steady, reliable one. Lauren Roberts has had her fill of it.
Running her bed-and-breakfast like clockwork and hosting her younger, glamorous, songbird sister for the holidays only underscores Lauren's choice of order over risk. Kelly's vibrant and impetuous nature doesn't stick to anything--or any one woman--for long. That includes an old girlfriend of Lauren's who was dazzled by Kelly, then dumped, shortly after Lauren stepped aside.
Old memories are sharply painful with Kelly under her roof. With the inn full, Lauren's patience and control is stretched to the limit. When Kelly brings home Lauren's friend Gaylin Hart, Lauren realizes Kelly has again laid claim to something she might well have wanted for herself. It looks like history might repeat itself--if Lauren lets it.
Bestselling author Kenna White (Romancing the Zone, Comfortable Distance) weaves a story of sisters and the choices as a woman struggles to claim the love she has earned.
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I liked this story. Thanks for the many recipes. I especially enjoyed this book because it reminds me of good memories during the holiday season, which so happens to be my favorite time of year. Lily El Paso, TX
This book was interesting and wholing my attention up until the last two chapters where everythig went to hell in a handbasket, you could say. What happen to the self assured women who where in the first seventeen chapters? All of a sudden niether woman is confident in thier selves or sure of what they want. Kelly is the only one to remain bassicilly the same, selfish, immature and impetuous to other people's feelings. Lauren becomes unsure of herself and others as she lets her sister run over her and take away any chance she might have for happiness. I understand miscommunications but this is sick, does the author really think women are this shallow or self absorbed? Gaylin who I loved up until the last chapter is a self sufficient woman with a good head on her shoulders so you think, and then!!? Carly the jilted lover/other woman/exlover of both sisters, give me a break, she's back to be used and abused by Kelly because no matter what she is worth it, why? If anything this would make you think all lesbians need psychiatric help. Don't waste your time if you are looking for a romance reading this. Read the books by K. G. MacGragor if you want romance with complications.