Cole Campbell is buried in Kate’s past, along with their debate club, football games and prom. Or maybe not. Sometimes a girl can’t shake off her memories. Late at night they whisper to her, like beach waves lapping the shoreline. Persistent. Strong. Seductive.
In this heartwarming beach romance, duty calls Kate Kennedy back to Gull Harbor. She doesn’t plan on seeing Cole again. Doesn’t know he’s now a single father. Ten years shift the balance between the valedictorian and her high school hero. Kate discovers Cole’s daughter Natalie in the stacks of the local library and she’s smitten. Prissy, Cole’s Great Dane, is equally engaging and needy. Always helpful, Cole shows up on Kate’s doorstep way too often. But she can’t give in to the SOS her heart is sending since the handsome contractor is taking her beloved Gull Harbor in an alarming direction. If there’s one thing Kate can’t stand, it’s change.
Kate extends her visit and opens a flower stand. She pairs Natalie up with her recovering mother for summer support and companionship. With summer kisses on their minds and sand between their toes, Kate and Cole discover what might have been ten years ago, but she has lots of distractions. Her sister Mercedes is determined to sell Breezy Point, the family home. Kate’s life feels as choppy as the waves on Lake Michigan as her summer unfolds. Choppy and exciting.
Can a woman and man heal past mistakes in the summer moonlight? Can Kate’s man from yesterday be more than just a memory?