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#1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods returns to charming Trinity Harbor with this classic story of a love that defies the odds

A merry-go-round horse and an armed guard in his front yard - along with half the town - is not what Bobby Spencer expects to wake up to. So with his quiet Sunday morning ruined, he isn't feeling very kindly toward the woman responsible.

But Jenna Pennington Kennedy is desperate. She needs to capture Bobby's attention so he'll hire her to plan the town's new riverfront development. It's just the sort of thing that could prove to her father she's a responsible woman, not the reckless kid of old.

The last thing Bobby wants in his life is a sexy single mom with grand ambitions. And Jenna doesn't need any more roller-coaster romances. But in Trinity Harbor, love has a way of defying expectations-ask anyone.

©2002 Sherryl Woods (P)2017 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved

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loved it

can't wait to hear book 3 of trinity harbor, new writer for me look forward to more of her book s

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Okay just a few cringeworthy comments about women

The story was good and the narrator was superb.
It felt like the story was written in early 60's. There were so many comments about women that made me roll my eyes.
Hopefully the author can fix that in her new books.