My mother has summoned me home to take my place at Bower Bouquets, and I’m expected to sit by her side as she does her best to decimate the Bennet family and their flower shop, Longbourne. If I don’t play by her rules, she’ll ruin me too.
But the day I crash into Marcus Bennet, my life is left scattered in the wreckage. When he catches me in the rain, the topography of his lean, rugged body leaves a permanent impression. His arms locked around me are forbidden, even though they’re the only place I’ve felt truly safe.
And when he kisses me, there’s no turning back.
If my mother finds out, I’ll lose everything—my family, my life, my security. Worse, she’ll make sure the Bennets pay for my mistakes.
Falling in love with a Bennet is not an option.
But I might not have a choice.
Staci Hart writes romance for that feeling you get at the end, like you’re standing on top of a mountain with a backpack full of hundred dollar bills. She writes romcoms because is there anything better than banter and grand gestures? She writes because she loves to create and she loves words. She loves books, and she loves stretching her imagination. She loves love, and if you do too, bring your coffee and have a seat.