What if the best thing to happen in your life came at the worst possible time?
Elizabeth was running from the worst thing to ever happen in her crappy life of hard work and regrets, and in the scope of monumental mistakes – she’s just made the monster of them all. Daring to stop at a quaint little seaside town on the way to lose herself in a big city, Elizabeth unexpectedly saves a child from drowning.
Since the death of his wife, James has thrown himself into work. Which is why he didn’t see Madeline fall off the pier and into the freezing water. James can’t leave a shivering stranger on the deserted beach in mid-winter weather and offers dry clothing and a hot shower.
What he didn’t expect was the part of his soul that died with his wife to re-awaken, or for his daughter to blossom into the carefree child she always should have been. He’s attracted to Elizabeth, but for the sake of his daughter, Elizabeth can only be a forbidden temptation despite how much he wishes it to be different.
Being broke and stranded in a luxury mansion wasn’t part of Elizabeth’s plan. She also didn’t expect her suspicious and distrustful heart to be seized by a shy little girl, or her aloof, sexy father. As Elizabeth is drawn into a world where she’s understood, safe and cared for, her past catches up with her.
Can she fight for the life she only dared dreamed about – or risk losing it all.
Singing for his Kiss explores family, friendship, bad choices, self-forgiveness and second-chance love.