My Perfect Enemy (Whitecap Book 2)
Rule number 1: Never fall for the enemy.
Rule number 2: Never get involved with a local.
Luna Copeland lives by those rules, which complicates things tremendously when her new boss turns out to be a former one-night stand. As if that isn’t bad enough, he’s also a world-class jerk. But she just can’t make herself stop thinking about their one night together.
When Nate Warren left Whitecap years ago, he was certain he wouldn’t come back. But when his daughter starts acting up and getting into trouble, the small coastal town proves to be the best place for her. With an unruly teen on his hands, the last thing he has time for is romance. Unfortunately, he can’t get his sassy assistant out of his head.When ignoring their attraction fails, Nate decides he wants all in. He just has to convince Luna she wants the same.
I never want to say too much about the plot in these books, because they just need to be experienced. I’m not often av fan of the one-night stand going wrong thing. But the twists in this story just made it all believable and something I could relate too. Its got humor, heat and love – and I honestly just love the small-town vibe. Everyone is up in everyone elses business. There’s some drama in this book, but not too much. And it made me laugh out loud several times. I always look forward to a new book from Jessica Prince, and this one came when I really needed it, and made being sick suck a little less. So I’ll just stop rambling now, say it’s really good and I definitely reccommend reading this and all other books by this author.