Capturing You (Maple Grove Romance Book 1)

January 12, 2019 - Comment

Capturing You is a steamy, full length, single dad, small town romance! After discovering she can’t have children, Lydia Ryder has all but convinced herself that she doesn’t need a family to be happy. But when her job lands her in the small town of Maple Grove, NH, a precocious ten year old and her

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Capturing You is a steamy, full length, single dad, small town romance!

After discovering she can’t have children, Lydia Ryder has all but convinced herself that she doesn’t need a family to be happy. But when her job lands her in the small town of Maple Grove, NH, a precocious ten year old and her single father barge into Lydia’s life, turning what she thinks she wants onto its head. In this town full of happily ever afters, Lydia finds herself wishing for things she had sworn off long ago…

Cameron Tripp leads a simple, predictable life—go to work, raise his daughter, and take care of his mother and siblings. Not included in that list? Falling in love with a vivacious and argumentative outsider who awakens his dormant heart.

So, what could a big city journalist and a small town single dad have in common? Other than the amazing, mind-blowing sex, of course. But Cam quickly learns that, like him, she knows all about misplaced trust, heartbreak, and how quickly a family can fall apart if you let it.

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Anonymous says:

Nice read Lydia is sent to a small town to do a report on an auction. She meets Cam a guy she met briefly seven months beforehand. The auction was to be run by his daughter and she found out that his brother was someone famous that a ghost writer had put her name to. It was a mess but they couldn’t resist each other and then he found notes about another story thinking she had written them.

Anonymous says:

Five Stars great read

Anonymous says:

A Good Read About Finding Love When You Least Expect it! What I Thought:I fell in love with this book the moment I started reading. It was so real.I think it was the fact that the story really hit home. It showed that when you are at your lowest moment, sometimes wonderful things can happen, well sort-of. In the case of Lydia, she has just learned that she is infertile. She hadn’t begun to think about children, a hubby or her happily ever after, as she was just focused on work and making her own. Then she gets landed in a…

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