Never Too Late
The Brothers Montgomery Series, Book 2
He's the number-one guy at Calder Defense. She's the girl who got away twice. Are they destined for eternal heartbreak, or is the third time the charm?
Finally breaking free from an awful marriage, Jenny had all but given up on love...until fate literally dropped her into the arms of her former law school crush.
What started as a casual lunch grew into the second chance at romance Jenny never dreamed possible. The two weeks that followed her unexpected encounter with Stan were nothing short of a blissfully happy fairytale. After being silenced and controlled in her previous marriage, Jenny was finally feeling more like herself again, and free to dream of a beautiful future with the man she’d been in love with for so long.
Yet when Jenny’s past comes back to haunt her, a series of misunderstandings tear apart all thatshe and Stan have built together. By the time the two cross paths again, another year has passed and both have built emotional steel walls to protect themselves from furtherhurt. Can they learn to trust again and make their third time the charm?Or is their history too big of an obstacle to overcome?
Return to the Brothers Montgomery series with this sizzling contemporary romance featuring the men of Calder Defense—and the women they love.
“Jenny?” Stan was somewhat dumbfounded, having literally bumped into the girl he’d way more than crushed on in law school. But here she was, right in front of him, in his fricking arms.
“Stan,” she said, staring up at him, looking as stunned as he.
“What are you doing here? I mean, do you live in town now? Are you on vacation? Are you…” he sputtered. Idiot, what are you doing?
Jenny smiled, closed her eyes and shook her head, sending her curtains of blond hair this way and that. “I can’t believe I ran into you,” she said, still staring, still in his arms. “Literally.”
“Do you have time for lunch, coffee?” he asked, keeping her close. There was no way in hell Stan was going to just walk off now. Not after fate put Jenny right in his path.
She hesitated a moment then gracefully extricated herself from his grip and glanced at her watch. A simple, beautiful piece on her delicate wrist. Then she looked up between her gorgeous dark lashes. “Lunch sounds great.”
After her initial reticence, Stan hadn’t been expecting her to say yes. He’d almost fainted. Him. Stan, the closer. Jenny gave a small nervous smile, like she was just as bewildered as he.
He looked around for a close spot, not willing to give her time to change her mind. They were on a block of boutique shops and eateries with outside seating. The beach was within walking distance.
“Here or by the water?” he asked, already losing himself in her pretty brown eyes.
They sparkled as she said, “Water.”