Few people can say they're starring in a real-life versionof Romeo and Juliet. And single mom Leigh certainlydoesn't want to play the role of disapproving mother.But when her daughter runs off to New Hampshire for a boy she's met over the Internet, it's a discomfitingreminder of Leigh's own past.—
The problem is Sam Wallace, the boy's father, and hisridiculous notion that love conquers all. Worse still isthat Sam could be a pretty darn good (not to mentionattractive) distraction for Leigh. But how can Leighthink about herself when her daughter is about to makethe worst mistake of her life?
About the author
CJ Carmichael gave up the glamour of income tax forms and double-entry bookkeeping when she sold her first book in 1998. She has now written over 30 novels for Harlequin, been twice nominated for RWA’s RITA award, as well as Romantic Time’s Career Achievement award. CJ lives in Calgary, Alberta, with her partner, Mike, and the family cat, Penny.