Is this a relationship of convenience or an unexpected second chance at love?
Producing the reboot of classic teen show Sawyer's Cove will move Selena Echeveria up another rung on the Hollywood ladder. All her energy is on making unforgettable television, but the small town of Misty Harbor, Connecticut, surprises her with a big distraction: she recognizes her landlord as her favorite author. She's compelled to find out why he dropped off the grid to live in Misty Harbor-and why he's so much sexier than his author photo.
Warner Mathis hasn't written a word-or been with a woman-since his wife died five years ago. Now he takes care of rental properties, escaping his pain through manual labor. He hides behind his gruff reputation-until Selena, his unexpected, beautiful tenant, starts pushing at the rusted-shut door to his heart.
When a storm knocks out power to her rental, Selena shelters with Warner-and the lightning outside can't match the heat they generate inside. Yet Warner's afraid to move into the future when he's still living with the ghosts of the past.
Second chances make for great television, but can Selena convince Warner he deserves another shot at love?
Take It All 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.