USA TODAY BESTSELLER Hollywood hath no fury like a woman scorned. In this fun, flirty second-chance romance from New York Times bestselling author Sawyer Bennett, an aspiring starlet reconnects with her first love.
"Sawyer Bennett never fails to deliver heroes I fall hard for and heroines I adore."—Violet Duke
Eden Goodnight went to Los Angeles to make it big, not to be publicly humiliated by her cheating fiance at a red-carpet premiere. But when Eden returns to her hometown to put the scandal behind her, she can barely find a sympathetic shoulder to cry on. Turns out the locals are worse than the paparazzi, and they all think she's turned into a spoiled brat. But in a strange twist of fate, the one person who seems to understand what Eden's going through is Cooper Mayfield...?he boy she left behind.
Small-town charm is no match for the glitz and glamour of Hollywood. At least that's what Coop's been telling himself all these years. As Eden's old flame—and the landscaper for her family's historic home—Coop feels some responsibility for getting her out of her funk. But as soon as he sees that million-dollar smile, he's a goner. Soon they're making out like teenagers again. But when a life-changing role falls into Eden's lap, Coop just hopes she doesn't give up on a love that's meant to be.
The Carolina Cold Fury series from New York Times bestselling author Sawyer Bennett can be read together or separately:
The Love Hurts series features sexy standalone novels:
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And the Sugar Bowl series is one treat you'll want to read in order:
"One of the best voices in contemporary romance."—New York Times bestselling author Lauren Layne
Praise for Jilted
"Jilted is a beautiful second chance romance...? The epilogue of this story melted my heart and put a giant smile on my face!"—Shh Moms Reading
"A sweet, playful, sexy read that has characters you can't help but love and an ending that will definitely leave you wanting more."—What's Better Than Books?
This standalone novel includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
by Sawyer Bennett
by Herman Melville
by Frank Haskell
by Mark Twain
by L.M. Montgomery
by William Shakespeare
by Ulysses S. Grant
by Charlotte Bronte
by Jane Austen
by H. Rider Haggard
by Charles Dickens
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