There's a place where the ocean meets the shore, where kicking off your shoes and baring some skin is as natural as sneaking under the boardwalk for an ice cream cone and stollen kisses.
But life isn't all beach for Shaye Cates, even if her idea of an office is a shady umbrella at the... read more
“Shaye’s hatred of Trace was bone deep. He was a Saunders, and she was a Cates.”Shaye
“Barefoot William was all about fun. Saunders Shores honored refinement. There was no middle ground. Same with Shaye. Their family histories stood between them. They were at each other’s throats, or they didn’t speak.”Trace
We’re hiding the errata, movie connections, books that influenced this book, books influenced by this book, books that cite this book and books cited by this book sections. If you would like to add content to them, you must first make them visible.