Snow Prints

With a successful career, and his dream house under construction, the only thing missing from Adrien Peterson’s life is love. Since high school, Adrien’s heart has belonged to the irresistible Gracie Sinclair. If only he could make her see it…

Single mother Gracie’s worked hard for everything she’s got. Between her son, her nursing job, and violin playing, she’s built a life that, if not a dream, is something she can be proud of. She’s had enough lovers and family walk out on her to know not to want more. But then Adrien moves next door while his house is being built, bringing with him a tempting charm she remembers all too well.

Adrien is determined to break down the walls around Gracie’s heart. When she reluctantly agrees to a six-week trial relationship, he has one shot to show her just what a dream love can be....    Read chapter One

Reviews

As in Animal Prints, the first story in this series, Ms. Williams gives us a completely probable situation, with everyday people who need to deal with real life the best they can. The road to happiness is never smooth as a calm lake, the choppy waters are going to be stirred up but when the couple is lucky they learn how to sail through those rough waters to the calm beyond. I would not hesitate to recommend this novel to any reader who enjoys a realistic story, full of engaging, real people who work hard to gain their happy ever after. This one is well worth the investment of time and money. Pick up Snow Prints and indulge in a truly romantic love story with very real people involved. --Marsha at Keeper Bookshelf

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