Kate Pease knows better than to fall for a tourist in her postcard town.
Thornton’s favorite pastry chef is expanding her bakery. The last thing she needs is a visiting professor bad mouthing her livelihood in an interview, even if he turns out to be more dreamy academic than snarky out-of-towner.
Ewan Lovatt is in Thornton, Vermont for a semester to teach while he researches his next novel. His agent wants pages, but tangling with the town sweetheart is irresistibly inspiring.
Everything about Ewan turns Kate on…except he’s not staying. She’s not inclined to risk her heart, but there’s nothing wrong with a fling.
What if love isn’t just passing through?
The second novel in the Thornton, Vermont trilogy, Sweet Pease revisits the town—and characters—readers fell in love with in Damselfly Inn.