That Was Then
How much chance was really involved in second chances, or was fate just having a bit of fun?
I worked hard to move up the career ladder - even if it was for my ex-boyfriend's family-owned and bloated international corporation. They'd never find out about me working for them, right? Maybe I should move on, now that I had some experience added to my resume. But it was too late when Bronson showed up. I avoided him, spending the holiday cooking up projects, and helping my best friends with their issues, but it was useless because chance encounters and fate would bring us together again.
My baseball dreams ended after an accident almost killed me. I spent the next five years in London trying to forget Cassidy and how my life was wrecked. After I returned to Boston taking over the family business, there was one problem: Cassidy worked just down the hall. My life gets upturned at the sight of her. I didn't know whether to fire her or seduce her all over again. I wanted closure. But my heart and body needed something else from her entirely.
With a cast of meddling coworkers, friends, and family adding to the conflict, how must Cassidy and Bronson survive this mess? Will they close the door on the past, and reopen a window to their future together?
This second chance romance is a quick read that will satisfy with humor and steamy bits plus a happily ever after. No cliffhanger and stands alone, but part of an interconnected series.