Sweet Horizons

Sweet Horizons

by Jean C. Gordon

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There's nothing like a wedding to bring people together, but family dynamics can be complicated, especially newly blended ones.

Sonja Cooper is thrilled that her daughter Lauren is marrying Jesse Brewster and giving her a ready-made granddaughter in the irrepressible 3-year old Shelley. The fact that Jesse is also Sonja's business partner in the launching of the Morrison Mansion B&B is just a bonus.

Custom bike shop owner Jeff Brewster is also delighted that his son Jesse is marrying Lauren and building a new family. The one awkward aspect is the unexpected attraction he feels towards Sonja. For although Sonja feels the same spark, having been burned in her divorce from Lauren's father, she's determined never to be dependent on a man again.

Then the Indigo Bay Business Association pits Sonja and Jeff against each other by having their businesses compete for the coveted "New Business of the Year Award." All's fair in love and war, but hearts don't always listen!

This is the 3rd novel in the Indigo Bay Second Chance Romances series, but all books can be read as standalones.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161265253
Publisher: Upstate NY Romance
Publication date: 05/23/2019
Series: Indigo Bay Second Chance Romances , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 123,220
File size: 273 KB

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Sweet Horizons 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JuliaAD 19 days ago
I like the idea of older love interests. Jeff is so attracted to his son's new mother-in-law, but he isn't sure how she would feel about getting involved with him. He has been at loose ends since his wife died and Sonja makes him feel alive for the first time in a long time. Sonja had a terrible marriage and getting involved with someone isn't somthing she really wants to do. Except, Jeff is different. When her daughter went on her honeymoon, Sonja and Jeff are sharing babysitting duties while they are gone. That means she will be spending more time with Jeff. Can she handle that? She really is attracted to him, but she doesn't want to get too involved. But, it isn't something that she can stop. He is such a great guy. If they give in to the attraction and something goes wrong with the relationship, that will make it too awkward at family functions. Can they do this?