“Is the risk worth the rush?”
Angel Brayson is sick of Nashville, the people in it…and a love that never happened. Her solution —a cruise. Go places she’s never been, with people she’s never met. Instead of crying in her beer over heartbreak, all she feels is relief. And a tangle with tall-dark-and-handsome is not a good idea, nor in her plan.
For two years, Cole Rosin has done nothing but mourn his deceased wife and put up with his overbearing family. A cruise is his last attempt to feel something—anything—other than guilt. With one brief touch, the numbness in his soul disappears.
Can he convince this angel with a doll’s face he’s worth the risk?