You know the hot neighbor boy you crushed on all your teenage years? Imagine seeing him ten years later and he turns out to be a complete jerk, then you know how I feel. Our last encounter was awkward, given I’d climbed into his bedroom window to turn my unrequited crush into something … requited. That day was bad enough, but things just got worse. Noah Griffin turned himself into one of the best football players in the country and a transfer to the Washington Wolves— the team I work for—lands him on my doorstep. The timing couldn’t be worse, because my boss just handed me the opportunity of a lifetime. And that promotion rides squarely on Noah’s big, muscular, condescending shoulders.
He wants his best friend’s girl. How can he want his best friend too?
When Connor met Katy, he knew she was the one. But it wasn’t meant to be. Six years later, with PTSD and an honourable discharge from the army, he has nowhere else to go except home—back to the only two people who can help him heal. Connor should leave, but he can’t seem to stay away. Falling for Katy again isn’t supposed to happen.
Dakota Brenton spends his days leading adventures through the woods of Maplehaven, Vermont. Leah Greenstead is the new fourth grade teacher at Maplehaven Elementary. When Dakota meets Leah at a ceremony honoring his family’s sawmill, he sees his next adventure. As Maplehaven’s golden boy, he’s surprised when Leah doesn’t immediately accept his advances. He’s never had to work this hard, but he has a feeling Leah will be worth the effort.