Loop. There are expectations, of course. He’ll marry for status, even if the society set pinches his every last nerve, and he’ll carry on the Montgomery name, even if he can’t forgive himself for past mistakes. What’s unexpected? His attraction to Molly Winters. She doesn’t have a society name, connections, or money. She’s more than ten years younger than him. Not to mention, she’s like a sister - his youngest brother’s best friend. But most importantly, she has a child - a complete no-go for him. He’s not supposed to want her, but if he can get over his fears, he might just find a future nobody expected.
Molly Winters is not interested in Kerry, his money, or his pain. She’s had plenty of her own. Pregnant at sixteen, betrayed by her father, lied to by her mom - trust doesn’t come easy. Before traveling with Kerry to Saint Kitts for his younger brother’s wedding, she was content to raise her son, help her community, and run a small catering business. When she finds herself drawn into his spell, she will need to figure out if she can trust him with her feelings or if it’s all just a little island magic playing tricks on her heart.
Winters’ Season is a story of heartbreaking guilt, the search for forgiveness, and the redemptive power of love. Love changes everything.
About the author
Jennifer Driscoll is one of those physician-turned-romance-novelists you are hearing so much about these days. She has special interests in suspense, life in the Midwest, classic wooden boats, Lake Michigan, and medical dramas. She attended the University of Notre Dame (Go Irish!) and Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. She is wife to Mr. Awesome, default parent to two sarcastic children, and a proficient killer of houseplants. She lives in beautiful Michigan with her family.