Another steamy romance from 2013 Indie Romance Writer Nominees and International Bestselling Authors of SEMPER FI, SHADES OF SHAME, GOODY TWO SHOES and the popular SEVEN DEADLY SINS series.
'The Night� on Boneyard Beach was over fifteen years ago, but for Jenna
Sinkler it is replayed each time she closes her eyes. His hands touching
her, the salt marsh taste of his lips, and the ultimate 'first time' every
girl dreams of.
In the real world, she�s a New York City cop who feels like her world is
close to tumbling down on her. When she steps blindly into her apartment for
a quick shower and finds her culinary wizard boyfriend enjoying a naked
blonde waitress on her blue sofa, she reacts. It�s her reaction that sends
her reeling with her tail between her legs back to the island in South
Carolina where she spent every summer of her youth, including 'The Night'
on Boneyard Beach.
Fifteen years ago Nicolas Talbot was an uncomplicated southern boy with
dreams and a bright future. Now Jenna�s making lists of why she and Nick
should be as far away from one another as possible. But one question
remains: was �The Night� on Boneyard Beach a fluke, or was it truly as
magical as they both believe? There�s only one way to find out.
As Jenna falls head over heels in love with Nick again, the list of reasons
why their relationship will never work begins to pile up. The fact that she
lives in New Jersey and he in South Carolina is a major problem. But it
doesn�t take Jenna long to understand that may be the least of the problems.
Nick�s meddling Charleston family has harbored his secret for fifteen years,
and she�s beginning to wonder to what extent they would go to protect him.
Since �The Night� on Boneyard Beach, no man has ever been good enough for
Jenna, and no woman good enough for Nick. It seems as though they were meant
for each other and no one else. But there had been someone else in Nick�s
life and now she�s been found dead� on Boneyard Beach. Can Jenna overcome
her mistrust for men enough to believe that Nick and his family had nothing
to do with the mysterious death?