Loren Stanfield hadn't seen Adam Riordan in twenty-three years. Yet the moment he stepped off the plane, she felt like a teenager again. Until she noticed Adam's sophisticated eighteen-year-old daughter, Daphene, flirting with Loren's own son, Joshua. Suddenly Loren felt every onf of her forty years.
Daphne's using all the same techniques to dazzle Joshua that Loren had tried with Adam. Should she tell the girl that love can't be forced - a lesson Loren had learned the hard way? Should she warn her son to stay away from girls like Daphne? Or should she do as Adam suggests - leave the kids alone and concentrate on fixing the mistakes they'd made?
Quick read for the weekend of kicking back and relaxing!