When the idea for A Season to Dance first occured to me, it was intended to be a stand-alone novel. But two of the secondary characters have other ideas and have demanded their own story. Two other ideas for stand-alone novels that have been waiting in the wings fit nicely as well, thus, the stand-alone novel has become the first in the four-book The Seasons of Northridge series. A Season to Love is the second in the series.
A Season to Love (Book #2)
Seasons of Northridge
Available March 12, 2020
A Season to Love
They spent one night together. He can't remember. She can't forget.
Kristen McKay and Tyler Kincaide have a past—one that has left her with a bone-deep animosity for him. And a secret.
After seventeen years away, Tyler has returned to Northridge, complicating Kristen’s life and dredging up conflicting emotions she’d rather not confront: the shame of that night so many years ago, coupled with the confounding and unwelcome physical attraction; the desire to keep her secret and the guilt over doing just that.
For his part, Tyler tries to renew his once-casual friendship with Kristen, but is greeted with open hostility for his efforts. What did he do that was so unforgivable? And what can he do now to reduce her hatred to an uneasy truce, if not actual friendship.
When they’re both roped into working on a project together for the town’s Economic Development Council, there is no denying their chemistry. The heat between them grows into something more than sexual attraction, leaving Kristen no other alternative. She must confess her secret, even though she knows it will tear them apart. In an ironic twist, she finds she must seek forgiveness from the very man she swore never to forgive.