Having thrown in the towel where men are concerned, Charlotte Cavanuagh devotes her energy toward expanding her design business and finding a new place to live.
Despite his love of family, recent losses have left Luke Anderson with no desire to embark upon a new relationship, allowing him to give his contracting company his undivided attention.
But when Charlotte and Luke work together on a customer’s dream home, their budding friendship results in more sparks than either of them ever expected.
I received this book from the author for an honest review.
You know what they say? You find love when you aren’t looking. This book is precisely what the old adage is saying.
Charlotte was NOT looking for love. After coming home and finding her husband screwing his secretary, Charlotte said DONZO!! She ignored Grants MANY attempts at reconciliation because in her heart she knew they weren’t really in love but just a great working team who happened to marry. Luke was all about the pride of his work. He was working and not really looking for anything or one when Charlotte walks into his life by accident.
The couple end up spending some time together and soon the sparks are flying. As we are seeing the couple start to form attachments and figure out what is going on, there are some weird things happening and causing trouble for the new couple.
The story of the house the Charlotte buys….my heart….so sweet. I loved the description of the house and what we discover from Luke about the house.
The story is a sweet read and one readers who are looking for characters who are mature and not a 20 something.
Aly Grady is New England born but for more than ten years has enjoyed living and raising her children in the Indianapolis area. She has firsthand knowledge of the racing industry because she is a racing widow. Aly enjoys trying to keep up with her two children and their busy lives, reading books by her favorite authors, watching IndyCar racing to look for her husband and traveling. “If you can read all those romance books you should be able to write one.” Aly took that challenge by her husband and ran with it to create The Racer’s Widow.