She’s never forgotten the way the sun lit up Copper Mountain…
Seeking a new beginning after the death of her parents, Annie Miller impulsively moves to Marietta and sets up a bed-and-breakfast in picturesque Bramble Lane. With her brother and sister by her side, it's a place to heal and forget the fiancé who left her just weeks before their wedding day. Now all she really needs are some customers...
Marketing whiz Craig O’Sullivan is wedded to his work in Portland, but with the cousin he sees as a brother getting married soon, he heads to Marietta for a two-week vacation. As long as his beloved Aunt Janice doesn't decide to play matchmaker on his behalf he'll be fine. But when Janice sets him up to help sweet Annie Miller market her B&B, he doesn't mind at all. There's something about Annie that makes him want to sell her on the idea of happily ever after. With him.
Craig's life is in Portland, Annie is bound to Marietta. Can they trust themselves and each other enough to open their hearts and let love in?
An unplanned relationship leads to true love.
This is one of those books that I found myself cheering the characters
on as I read their story. Neither, Annie
or Craig wanted a relationship, but they couldn’t quit thinking about each
other. Both had been hurt in the past,
so they didn’t want anything serious. And
marriage was definitely out of the question.
They only planned to see each other while Craig was in town for the
wedding of his cousin and Annie’s sister.
What happened next not only surprised them, but everyone else.
I love the small fictional town of Marietta, Montana, and its residents and I feel these characters are a great addition to the town. This author really knows how to bring her words to life. I look forward to seeing what happens in the next addition to this series.