Making Waves

Making Waves

by DK Marie
Making Waves

Making Waves

by DK Marie

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Overview

She’s navigating the stormy waters of divorce. He’s a single dad unwilling to sail into the uncertain winds of love. Neither of them expects the currents of desire to run this deep…


Lilith Brooks is desperate to begin a quiet new life with her young daughter and without her narcissistic, gaslighting husband.


But the first thing she does after fleeing to her childhood lake house is flood the kitchen, prompting handsome single dad next door Asher Crowley to wade in for the rescue.


Humiliated by the trouble she caused–and a little hot and bothered by her sexy new neighbor–Lilith would love to avoid another run-in with Asher, but that’s easier said than done in a small town.


Asher has always considered himself too busy raising his little girl and running his construction company for love. That is, until the gorgeous woman next door turned his life upside down with a plumbing emergency.


She was everything he hadn’t realized he’d wanted.


But as Lilith tries to forget her toxic marriage and reclaim her independence, she fears the ship has sailed on any chance of a healthy relationship—that she’ll have to choose between love and freedom. And the more Asher pushes to help, the more the undercurrents of discord force them apart.


With tensions rising and desire beckoning, can they navigate their way to forever?


Making Waves is the first book in the slow burn stand-alone Lake House Love contemporary romance series. If you like vulnerable characters, comedic encounters, and swoon-worthy scenes, you’ll adore DK Marie’s heartfelt friends-to-lovers story.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798890088826
Publisher: PublishDrive
Publication date: 11/01/2023
Series: Lake House Love (A standalone romance series) , #1
Sold by: PUBLISHDRIVE KFT
Format: eBook
Pages: 290
Sales rank: 11,151
File size: 9 MB
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