Only one man ever broke her heart. Now he wants her back. For his own good she must resist, but what's a girl to do when she's Caught in the Current?
When Marie Sinclair's three-year-old daughter crashes - quite literally - into Reece Cahill in the aisle of the Thrift and Save, sending pickles and glass crashing to the floor, Marie wishes she could vanish. He's the only man she ever really cared about, and it's her own fault he broke things off. Sure, she's changed. But her former easy-girl reputation still precedes her everywhere she goes. And the last thing Reece needs is to be burdened with that.
But when a momentary distraction results in a cut that requires stitches, and her Corolla refuses to start, what else can she do but allow the man to drive her to the emergency room?
The problem is - now that she's been lured into the waters, she just might not have the strength to swim free.
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Will Marie always measure herself by past mistakes
Becky had lots of different voices for characters. She has a distinct voice and accent that is enjoyable.
No. It was a great pace to relax and take in. Perfect for just before bedtime to me.
Marie is hired to decorate rental cabins. Reece and Marie know each other well. Love each other too. Trouble is Marie has trouble receiving Reece's love. Especially when she is treated like a second class citizen by some in town, which only reenforces her low opinion of herself. Reece's sick dad speaks words that affirm her and encourages his son to not let Marie get away. Will Marie choose forgiveness or always measure herself by her mistakes?
A great second in the Pacific Shores series.
- E. Marks
I loved this book.
- Virginia R Nelson