Starting over is difficult, but hot bartenders help.
Patrick Butler is a bartender and professional bachelor. He’s charismatic, sexy, and unabashedly single. When a college professor answers his online advertisement about renting the cottage behind his home, he has no idea who his renter really is or what he’s gotten himself into.
Being a woman named Dawson comes with its own set of unique complications. Dawson Everly is a thirty-year-old college professor who thought she had crafted a perfect life for herself until she discovers her husband is being unfaithful. They had planned for a fresh start in her husband’s old college town. Now she will unload her cheating husband, pack-up her life, and move because she is under contract for a new teaching position at Bellhurst College.
Dawson must unpack her life in a new place where the only person she knows is her cheating husband. When her new landlord pours on the charm, she has a choice to make.
Every choice has led Alex and Jameson to where they are today, but every choice has consequences.
Alexandra Martin isn’t sure whether to run from her past or chase it. Jameson was her high school sweetheart and the love of her life. She’s compared every man she’s ever dated (or married) to him, and so far, no one has even come close. Alex is now a successful single mother with a great career and a relationship that, on paper, should be everything she wants. So why can’t she get Jameson out of her mind?
Jameson Butler would love to run from his present. His picture-perfect marriage is over, and his carefully constructed world has been flipped upside-down. Just when he’s reeling from discovering his wife’s infidelities and that the baby she’s carrying may not be his child, Jameson finds Alex back in his life. Could her reappearance in his flailing world be coincidence, or is it fate?
The future is waiting. A lifetime has passed since they were eighteen, and time has fashioned them into different people. They have their own stories and are each struggling to fight for what is most important in their lives. Can they find their way back to each other, or should they even try?
Coming soon: Pour Attitude