Elise Davenport was not having a good night. Just the day before she put her whole career on the line thanks to a few glasses of champagne. Loose lips can sink ships, and they can obliterate your social status. So here she was, stumbling through Fairhaven Park in pitch blackness, looking for the cabin she rented. She'd just hung up the phone with her agent when she heard the rumbling growl come from beside her. Not a good night at all.
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Layla Moss came out to the wilderness to get away from the everyday grind. A nice vacation away from all things involving the women's section at her department store was just what the doctor ordered. She enjoyed her job, and sometimes she got to help bumbling, clueless men as they tried to buy something for the lady in their lives. But when her best friend set her up on a blind date with someone else out here in the cabins, Layla was the one who felt clueless.
Stacey McKinley doesn't have to love what she does, she just has to do it. She's in Fairhaven to collect from a mark, some sucker who got in way over his head with the wrong people. She and her partner have one job: get the money out of him any way they can. They have come to the wilderness to gain information about his assets by any means necessary. To play her part in this, Stacey will do whatever she has to in order to gain the mark's trust. She did not count on him approaching her. Nor did she expect the chemistry.
Jane Walsh was the hardest-working talent agent in California. Even now, checking in on her previous client Elise, she was never far from her cellphone. At any time, it could buzz with another offer from a sponsor or another nervous breakdown from a client. It was nothing but tension and high stakes, balancing personalities both big and small. But in a place like Fairhaven Park, she thought she might be able to finally relax, if but for a week.
How can Marie fit in with her new friends? Marie Brinker moved to America with her family. Her friends have new ways of dressing and talking, and making crafts. Will the new sewing machines take away her father's tailoring work? Will Papa like his new quilt instead of his featherbed? When her friend August sells her hair at the county fair, Marie must decide who is a true friend and what new customs to follow.