At the age of nine, Jillian Waters' idyllic childhood dissolved the day her mother disappeared. She somehow survived the loss, but that doesn't mean she emerged with her heart intact. She spent the next twenty years moving from town to town with her police officer father as he worked on the case of his life. She built up sturdy walls to protect her heart from anything close to love.
Now living in Chicago within arm's reach of Lake Michigan, which, along with her dad, has been the only constant in her life, she meets Drew Montgomery. He is a boat builder and a man of passion, searching for someone with whom to build his life, his way, with a solid foundation and plenty of heart. Their mutual love of the lake draws Jillian and Drew into a relationship unlike any she has ever dared to risk. When Jillian discovers a connection to her mother, she must decide to walk away or risk her heart on a man who may hold answers to so many questions that have lingered throughout her life.
Waters' Reflection is a story of connections, loss, and strength - in the face of danger and on the chance of love. Love always matters.
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About the Author
Jennifer Driscoll is one of those physician-turned-romance-novelists you are hearing so much about these days. She has special interests in suspense, life in the Midwest, classic wooden boats, Lake Michigan, and medical dramas. She attended the University of Notre Dame (Go Irish!) and Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. She is wife to Mr. Awesome, default parent to two sarcastic children, and a proficient killer of houseplants. She lives in beautiful Michigan with her family.