The Trouble with Love
by A.K. Adams
Amy Stevens meets Nathan Jepson on Valentine's Day in a crowded restaurant two years ago. He's tall. Dark. Devilishly handsome. He's everything she wants in a man—with one exception. He's married.
Nathan's job takes him away from home each week, and he's apart from his new wife on their first Valentine's Day as a married couple. He meets Amy and they become fast friends, closing down the restaurant as they talk about anything and everything. They part, never expecting to see each other again.
One year later, they find themselves in the same restaurant, both alone once again, and pick up where they left off. For Nathan, seeing the sexy woman he met last year is bittersweet. He just ended his rocky marriage and doesn't want to jump back into anything. Once again, they’re in the wrong place at the right time, and sadly say goodbye, but make a promise to meet at the restaurant the following year in the hopes they'll both be ready.
A crowded restaurant… Three chance meetings—each one year apart on Valentine's Day… Fate is doing everything it can to bring them together, but sometimes it takes a few tries to get it right. That's the trouble with love—it's on its own schedule.
Will they finally be at the right place and at the right time? Or will their chance at love slip away?
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