Falling for your secret no-strings fling is never a great idea-but it's even worse when she's your best friend's sister.
Returning to Misty Harbor to film a new season of Sawyer's Cove is as close to a vacation as Nash Speedwell is going to get. Between acting in a big-budget historical epic series, raising money for charity, and doing endless press tours, he barely has time for his other gig as a singer-songwriter. He's excited to return to the role that made him a star-and he's even more excited to be near Mimi Orlando. Mimi is more than the big sister of Nash's best friend and a librarian with a wild streak - for years, every time he's visited Misty Harbor, Nash has found his way to Mimi's bed.
Casual hookups with Nash are all Mimi Orlando wants-or at least that's what she tells herself. When Nash suggests their relationship could be more than a series of one-night stands, she freaks. She dyes her hair every week-if she can't commit to a color, how can she commit to a relationship?
But no one inspires Nash like Mimi, and no one has tempted Mimi out of her safe single life besides Nash. Can he convince her to take a chance on an overworked actor who's too scared to perform his songs live? Can he face his own fears and finally allow their relationship to Take a Bow?
Take a Bow is a steamy, stand-alone, full-length novel in the Sawyer's Cove: The Reboot series, where Hollywood meets small-town New England.
Sawyer's Cove: The Reboot
Twelve years after being canceled, a beloved teen drama gets the green light for a reboot-and the show's once and future stars upend lives in the small seaside town where it's filmed.
About the Author
Libby Waterford writes steamy contemporary romances where lust always leads to happily ever after. The 2020 President of the Connecticut chapter of Romance Writers of America®, she has presented workshops at the California Dreamin' Writers Conference, Romance Writers of America® chapters on both coasts, and is an instructor at the Westport Writers’ Workshop. Libby has participated in National Novel Writing Month every year since 2008 and is a four-time "winner." Libby lives with her family in Fairfield County, Connecticut.