Fresh out of a long-term relationship, Willow Parks is working two jobs and caring for her mother, whose husband left her with nothing but a pile of bills. That’s why Willow made a vow: no men until she figures out her own life.
But while she may not need a man, she could use a break. And a weekend away at a California beach to clear her head? That’s appealing. Even if the offer comes from Trey Collins, the irresistible tech-mogul millionaire who visits her coffee shop every morning like clockwork—and needs a date for his best friend’s wedding. With an adorable, occasional stutter, he refuses to take no for an answer.
Once the weekend begins, Trey is intent on proving how good they can be together. Willow’s even feeling tempted to break her vow—until reality rudely interrupts her well-deserved getaway. There’s no way she and Trey have a future, not with the colossal amount of baggage Willow has to offer.
But Trey is used to getting what he wants. He just has his work cut out for him convincing her that they want the same thing.
Fine, if you are hot and want to drag me on an all expenses paid vacation, I am probably going to go. (Don't tell my husband, ok?)
And, this is the decision that Willow makes when Trey asks her to accompany him on a weekend trip out of town. Willow is dealing with a lot and a break from her life and the things she is dealing with feels too good to be true.
It's also not as simple as she thought, as feelings and expectations get involved, as they always do. This was an easy read, and a quick one, but it was hot and enjoyable. I loved the characters, I loved how much Trey genuinely wanted Willow, and was willing to do what it took to show her how much he wanted to be with her. I liked this, a lot. And, it made it believable that she was willing to give him a chance to be more than a weekend fling.
I enjoyed and recommend this title.