Kisses in the Rain by Krista Lynne Jensen

June 19, 2015 | 1 Comment

Kisses in the Rain by Krista Lynne JensenKisses in the Rain
Author: Krista Lynne Jensen
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 284
Date: June 3, 2015
Publisher: Covenant

Georgie Tate is a survivor. She’s survived an abusive relationship. She’s survived the car accident that took the life of her controlling fiancé. Now she just needs to survive the memories that haunt her. Escaping to her aunt’s cozy home on a tiny island outside of Seattle, Georgie finds just the change of pace she needs to pick up the pieces of her life. Taking a job at a local seafood restaurant is the first step in reclaiming her sense of self, but she is completely unprepared for the battle that awaits her there.

Jace Lowe has loved and lost, and he’s determined that it will never happen again. Hardened by heartbreak, he stays focused on his work as a sous chef at one of the island’s top seafood restaurants. When beautiful Georgie takes her place on the restaurant’s staff, Jace is resolved to keep her at arm’s length, and his downright rudeness her first week goes a long way in achieving that goal. Georgie, on the other hand, doesn’t want anything to do with Jace anyway and prickles against his abrasive behavior.

As the combative pair comes together on a joint project for the restaurant, they find their distaste for one another dwindling. The connection is undeniable, and it terrifies them both. Can two people jaded by the past be softened by the promise of once-in-a-lifetime love, or is this just another recipe for disaster?

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About Krista Lynne Jensen

Krista Lynne Jensen

Krista Lynne Jensen has lived in lush Oregon and rugged Wyoming, but Washington is her beloved home state. She is a mother of six, gramma of three, a gardener and cook, loves to travel, and lives to make the best of what she’s been given. Krista writes inspirational romance, and fantasy.

One response to “Kisses in the Rain by Krista Lynne Jensen

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    Really loved this one! I loved the beautiful setting of Washington State and thought it was so fun to go “behind the scenes” a little bit into a kitchen restaurant. Even though I am not a big fan of seafood myself, I loved all the talk of food and cooking and trying out new recipes. And I loved the characters — Georgie’s journey was especially interesting as she tried to deal with some tragic things in her past. LDS fiction that was not preachy at all.

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