The Road's End (The Kensingtons #4)

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Fall in love with the Kensington siblings in this new contemporary romance series that will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you believe in the unparalleled power of the heart.

Where past and present collide may lurk an unexpected danger…

For the past ten years, Cody Kensington has worked away his youth in the kitchen of his Italian restaurant, fulfilling his childhood dreams while forgoing relationships and pretending not to notice the way everyone else around him seems to be falling in love. But now, he's questioning whether his sacrifice was really worth it, especially after discovering a crushing betrayal that could send his beloved restaurant--and everything he's ever worked for--into a financial tailspin.

Jenna Diven was only a teenager when she ran away from home to escape the clutches of her unfit mother, leaving everything behind in an attempt to make a name for herself and shed the stigma of childhood poverty. Now the wife of a wealthy man who's a rising star in the political world, Jenna thinks she's finally left the past completely behind…that is, until the aftermath of their very embarrassing--and very public--breakup forces her to face the memories she's tried so hard to outrun.

When Jenna meets Cody, past and present, right and wrong, love and sacrifice collide…and as their friendship blossoms into something more, they realize that their lives are more intricately entwined than they ever imagined. And danger might just be lurking around the corner, if only they knew where to look for it.

Full-length, stand-alone novel!

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