"...this story is extremely well-written and that the characters are very well-developed is not surprising. The innovative, surprising element is the risk she took in portraying a heroine who's in her forties, facing the fears and insecurities ─ and rediscovering the thrills ─ of falling in love. So rare these days. Unfortunately." -Ana Simons, author of Silent Signs
"Miss Durano crafts a beautiful landscape, relatable characters you'll root for, not to mention hot scenes. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll feel every emotion there is within the first few chapters of this book and will continue on until the very last page." -Michelle Jo Quinn, author of Confessions of a Wedding Planner and the bestselling Bliss Series
From the Back Cover
But discovering a real live princess in my house reminds me of the story of the three bears and some chick who breaks into their pad, eats all their food, and sleeps in their beds.
Just like the one that's in mine right now.
At first, I thought she was dead, but the rise and fall of her chest told me that she was just passed out, probably from the half-empty bottle of Bordeaux I'd been saving for a special occasion. Two grand down the drain, courtesy of Goldi-effing-locks here, who's not only passed out cold, but she's also naked.
I should walk out right now and let her be...
But I can't. Not when there's something else next to the Bordeaux, something that shouldn't be there. And it's sitting on top of a note that begins with the words...
"I'm sorry I failed you...