✰✰✰ 5 STAR REVIEW ✰✰✰
Barbara Johnson is back in her hometown. She had left and and didn't wanted to come back but now that she is here it will not be a pleasant visit. She is there to closed down the only thing that is keeping this town a live, the old factory. The same factory she had sad memories thanks to her alcoholic mother.
She was back and the reality settled in, small town and Ryder Bishop was all around it. He was the last person she wanted to interact with of course he wouldn't remember her since she was invisible back in school.
Ryder Bishop knew loyalty, he had stick around this small town but he was realistic that it was sinking and the rumors that the factory was closing down he knew it was a matter of time this town was over. When his father tells him he was recommended to work on a project with the same person it had the town's future in her hands he was not happy but money was money.
Barbara and Ryder have this incredible chemistry but like always everything was working against them but will they be able to make it work and give Ocean Crest a bright new future?
This is a great story, the suspense and steamy chemistry between this two is incredible. This plot is full of so many emotions it has just the perfect combination for a best seller.
I loved this story and will recommend for everyone to read it too. You will not be disappointed.
The Flirting with curves bundle
Stand alone full length novel in the Ocean Crest world.
Flirting with Disaster
We stopped pretending to dance, barely swaying in rhythm, too busy molding our bodies together.
His hard planes fit against my plentiful curves. The sweetness of it all took my breath away…
Barbara Johnson dreaded going home.
Ocean Crest only held painful memories.
She didn’t want the revenge she was about to get.
The last thing Ryder Bishop expected was to fall for the enemy. Could he claim her without betraying his own?
Were they both flirting with disaster?
About the Author
Ava Catori is a Jersey girl with padded hips, a touch of grey, and a house full of furry friends. Her two dogs and cat keep her company while she writes. With a positive outlook and a good sense of humor, Ava maneuvers life in the slow lane. A doting husband tells her she's funny, while her grown sons tell her she's not. Obviously, her sons are mistaken! Olivia Riga is a plus-size American who has been living in Paris for thirty years. She enjoys playful storytelling at night, a pleasant change from her day job writing a different type of literature. She loves to read, sing, cook, swim and sleep. She has a passion for leopard prints and is always wearing at least one piece of it ... whether you can see or not. Ava and Olivia met in July 2014 in San Antonio during the yearly Romance Writers Association meeting and enjoyed working together so much they are presently plotting something wicked for Hunter.