Someone is framing Sierra. Can Spencer Preston discover the true criminal before he loses her?
Sierra Robbins, single mother and interior design assistant, wants to provide a stable home for her teenage son and become a successful interior designer. She's well on her way to both goals when she agrees to house sit a home in Sunriver, Oregon. It couldn't be more perfect. She'll be close to her job at Belafonte Designs while living rent-free. But things don't go as expected beginning on day one when a police officer responds to the alarm they set off at the house. Was that alarm a sign of trouble to come?
Spencer Preston, lives for his job as a police officer in Sunriver, but when he responds to a house alarm and finds Sierra and her son there everything changes. Suddenly he finds himself torn between the upholding the law and protecting the woman he believes is innocent.
Who is framing Sierra? Can Spencer protect her and her son? Loved Spencer and thought he went way beyond what was necessary to seek Sierra's son's forgiveness. I thought he was a brat - he need improve though. Will Spencer and Sierra find love with each other or will someone else win her heart?
I read this book when it first came out on ebook and I must admit I was pulled into the story a whole lot more listening to the audiobook. The narrator was pleasant to listen to and did a very good job. I really like that this was a sweet, clean romance with a little mystery thrown in.