Avery Alstin needs a break. Life in the big city has become unbearable, following a terrible tragedy that’s rocked her world. Taking her mother’s advice, she heads to a small, farm town for the summer, hoping to relax and heal.
Grady Jenson loves his job and his life in his tiny, rural hometown. He has great friends and they have good times. But, he’s just not sure what he wants out of life. The one thing he does know is that he doesn’t need a serious relationship at this time. How can he focus on a relationship when he can’t figure out what to do with his life?
When Avery and Grady meet, the attraction is hard to ignore. She wants something to take her mind off her tragedy. He wants her in his bed. She’s only there for the summer and he doesn’t want a commitment. Why not have a summer fling?
What could it hurt?
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by on October 21, 2016
- JL Paul, August 2014
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