Siderra has been in love with Romulus for years now and has grown tired of playing the friend role while watching him date other women. Figuring it’s time to move on, she limits her time with Romulus to start dating, but how can she really date when her heart belongs to her best friend?
Romulus can’t handle another man stealing her attention. He wants her, but he doesn’t want to hurt her by his history of being carefree and nonchalant when it comes to women. He’s a man conflicted. Confused. Tortured by his own emotions. He’s a man who’s on the verge of losing the only woman he’s ever loved.
He loves her.
More than life.
More than anything.
That’s why he hangs on so tight. Analyzes her movements. Loves her hard. Watches her closely.
Expecting their first child and still working at the bakery, Gianna is a woman who wears many hats. One thing she can always count on is the support of her loving husband. But does running the bakery, preparing for her little ‘cupcake’s arrival and an unforeseen request from her estranged mother bring more challenges than she can handle all at once?
Haven Baker is a beautiful, lonely manager of her parent’s business, Baker Bed & Breakfast, in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Her ordinary, humdrum life gets a much-needed shakeup when Titus Cassidy checks in as a solo guest for a full week. His interest in her isn’t something he hides, but not something she’s eager to accept. He has her truly seeing the mountains for the first time in a romantic, snowy setting. But can she truly trust a perfect stranger who’s supposedly just researching the area?
Trevor Myerson is the man of my dreams.
He’s one of those guys who has the whole package. One that you’d be shocked to learn is SINGLE. His interest in me is surprising since, in the words of my bestie, Priscilla, I’m boring and drab (yeah, she really said I was ‘drab’, whatever the freak that means…). But Trevor likes me. Don’t know why, but he does. He says we’re friends and he wants to ‘draw me out’. Have me try new things. I’m cool with it, but it would be nice if he was more than just a friend. I wanted the man of my dreams to actually be ‘my’ man.
When I finally get my chance, it all comes dwindling down just as easily as dreams end when you wake up. But I can’t deny my need for him. I long for him. And dreaming about him just will no longer suffice.