Rough Waters by J.P. Oliver

This is romantic, heartwarming and sweet. Lance is in town to present his ideas for decorating the resort. He's engaging, likable, sympathetic and caring. Quinn is a single father who has lived almost his entire life on the island, and has been solely focused on raising his son for the last 6 years. He's frazzled, stubborn and vulnerable. They meet when Quinn rolls through a stop sign and his Lance's car. Then gets out and yells at Lance for not stopping when he saw him. There's an instant attraction between them, but Lance isn't looking to start something when he won't be in town long, and Quinn isn't looking for anything because he's too busy. But they end up trying to have at least a fling, and fall in love, and Lance also falls for Quinn's son. It's a beautiful story of love, trust and healing.
I received a copy of this book from Booksprout and am voluntarily reviewing it.


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