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Stella Ricci is bored. Her overprotective family barely let her out of their sight, despite the fact she’s a grown woman. Yes, she loves her job at her family’s café, and she’s the best barista in the entire Monterey Peninsula, but is that enough? She’s thinking no. But what else can she do?

Enter Carter Abbott. Burnt out after the never-ending grind of selling high-end real estate in Los Angeles, he’s returned home, unsure of what to do next. He needs someplace to crash temporarily until he gets back on his feet.

It’s easy for Stella to suggest Carter move in. Temporarily of course. It’ll give her someone to talk to. The only problem? That one night stand Stella and Carter had about a year ago. They never talked about it. They still don’t really talk about it. Despite the fact that the old chemistry has come back full force. Living together has made that obvious. Should they admit that one night wasn’t enough? Or will dating each other turn into an epic fail? Only one way to find out....

©2020 Monica Murphy (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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  • A.Fernandez
  • 22-03-2021

Carter and Stella

A hot and steamy "second chance romance". This was cute, entertaining, and a little frustrating. Stella and Carter felt their feelings for each other through the majority of the story. Oh, they let their lust drive them together but they fought hard to move forward. I enjoyed their journey. John Lane and Avery Reid were fantastic narrators, I loved listening to them bring these adorable characters to life.

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