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When she was young, Serena Lewis was uprooted from the life she knew. Her parents took her from everything and everyone she loved, including her best friends… her cousins. Rebelling against the change, Serena became a young woman she knew her family wouldn’t like. Now that she's moving back home, she hopes to keep that part of herself in the past and become the woman she's meant to be.
Jed Monroe is a self-made man. Forced to grow up at a young age, he's always taken care of himself and worked to get what he needed. Working construction has given him stability, but working with wood is where his passion truly lies.
On the outside, petite and perfect Serena and rough and hardworking Jed have nothing in common. When Serena moves into the house next door, Jed is determined to ignore the sexy art gallery manager, who he just knows will be a pain in his ass.
But their shared loved of creating beauty from pain, along with the intangible chemistry that fires whenever they’re in the same space, forces them to dig beneath the surface to find their vulnerability. Jed will soon see that whether he likes Serena or not, she’s Too Enchanting to ignore.
Too Enchanting is the fourth in an all-new small town romance series by Bethany Lopez. Follow the Lewis cousins of Cherry Springs, the kind of place where there are festivals for every occasion and everyone knows your business, as they learn about love and loss.
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We stood there for a few moments, in the middle of a standoff. Not speaking or moving, until Serena couldn’t stand it any longer.
“What do you mean no?” she asked, as if I’d just said it. “That is what you’re doing here, right, selling your creations?”
“Yes, I’m selling them, but I reserve the right to sell to who I want.”
“To whom,” Serena said automatically, then when my eyes narrowed she muttered, “Sorry,” probably realizing the way to get what she did not include correcting my grammar. “But, I don’t understand. Why won’t you let me buy it?”
I sighed. It’s not that I wanted to be a dick, but the river table was currently my favorite creation. I’d spent a lot of time getting it exactly the way I wanted, and had an internal debate over keeping it for myself. When I decided to sell it, I knew the buyer had to be perfect.
And yes, Serena fuming with her perfect face and gorgeous hair that begged to be tugged between my fingers was perfect for most things … but not for this.
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