A reckless romance brings Diana Prescott to Gull Harbor. Pride makes her stay but locks her heart tight. Then she meets Will Applegate. Too sexy, too perfect and way too good for Diana, given her history. But what woman can turn down an ice cream tour of southern Michigan?
Will brings out the best in her. She even volunteers for Sunday afternoon dances at the nursing home where he’s the administrator. Men over seventy with bowties and bald spots feel safe. Of course, Will hangs around, wanting more than a dance. Her resolve melts under the heat of his blue eyes, warmer than a July beach day.
Turns out Diana and Will are good together, like turkey and cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and gravy...until an accident robs her of the one thing her missing mother left behind. Her delicate blonde beauty. She shuts down and Will is at a loss. Not a good time for his sister to dump a surly niece on him. But Diana recognizes teen-age abandonment. She steps up to help with resources honed by experience. Love is more than surface deep ... a lesson Will and Diana might learn together.