Irreplaceable… Book 3 of the Destin Snowbirds
Recently retired Claire Weston spent her entire life working… Essentially willingly, she’d all but given up her personal life, never marrying, voluntarily missing out on family gatherings, weekends and holidays, only to lose the man she’d worked side by side with through it all, a man nearly everyone had blatantly accused her of loving for all those years. Unable to face a professional future without him in it, Claire had promptly retired, and then, at the urging of her widowed sister, both women escaped to the sugar white sands along the Emerald Coast of Florida for a month in the sun.
Unlike Elaine, who immediately took off down the beach on their first day, Claire was content to just lie in the sun and read the days away… but that was not to be the case, as her matchmaking sister promptly arranged a dinner date for the two of them almost as soon as they arrived in town. Unable to refuse, Claire agreed to go, only to find herself alone with a man she’d barely met… would she be tempted by Nicholas Cooper’s charming personality or would she turn tail and run back to the only life she’d ever known?
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Over the next month, I’ll be running specials on all of my books – this week, you can pick up a copy of While You’re Here for just $0.99! And just in case you haven’t seen the blurb, While You’re Here is the story of two feisty seniors who meet and fall in love in spite of themselves.
When Evie Bradley agreed to fly to Franklin, Tennessee, to help her recently divorced daughter, Alex, out with childcare while she was tied up with an important legal case, Evie wasn’t expecting anything more than to spend a little time with her family.
Then, she met James McGavick, the arrogant man who lived next door…at first, the only sparks that flew between Evie and James were over the children, but it wasn’t long before there were sparks of an entirely different kind flying between them, and while Evie found herself falling hard and fast for James, he’d made it clear that he was only interested in enjoying the time they were spending together “while you’re still here.”
Could she spend time with the handsome widower strictly on his terms? Would she be able to just walk away when the time came to go back to Connecticut? Or would she go home with a broken heart?