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Sometimes you find love only after you have lost everything else. 

One-night stands only need apply.
Ali Stinson is having a bad day. Her afternoon tryst was interrupted (before they got to the good part) to discover her investment manager ran away with all her money. Now she has to keep up appearances with her high society friends, find a dress for an upcoming charity event and not fall in love with Sam, the cute bartender, who insists on helping her. Thing is, she’s 90% sure she doesn’t want help. Adulting is hard.
Looking for work, not love.
Sam Freemont is having a strange day. He was in the middle of the best kiss of his life when his boss walked in and halted the fun. Not helping with the low profile he’s trying to maintain. Now he can’t get Ali off his mind or out of his dreams. Good thing she’s a regular at the swanky resort he just started working at. Gives him time to find a way back to her lips. Or better yet, into her heart.


What Readers Are Saying

Ali and Sam are a match made in heaven. From the sexually charged 'meet cute' right up to the family comfort of the epilogue.


This novel will involve you with the author's clever use of emotional portrayal and sensations evoked within the narrative.


Highly recommended to all lovers of contemporary romance.


The thing I love the most is the honest realism in this story. The two hurt leads with pasts they don’t want to share and the present problems that flow so naturally from those past wounds really got me in the feels.


These two had chemistry, emotional attachment, love and care for each other, and more than enough drama to keep me thoroughly entertained. 

Read That Romance

Their story is full of ups and downs and secrets to be told. I adore how Ali grows throughout the book into a confident and no nonsense heroine who’s only wish is to help those in need!

Even when it seemed that Ali had lost it all she still found love and it was the kind of love we all hope for!!

A complete page turner that I highly recommend you pick up.

Lisa Rees

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