by Shannon M. Harris
Briley Anderson hasn’t been in a serious relationship for the past two years. The pain of her last breakup has made her weary of giving her heart away again. She spends her days ﬂipping houses and her down-time baking treats for her neighbors. Falling in love wasn’t in her plans, but then again, neither was her next-door neighbor.
Leah Daniels is a divorced mother of two and a grandmother at the age of forty-nine. Love was the last thing she was looking for, especially with a woman sixteen years her junior. All she was hoping for was a quiet neighborhood to raise her fifteen-year old son. What she hadn’t expected was the unavoidable draw she felt toward Briley.
Through laughter, heartache, love, and fear it’s up to Briley and Leah to ﬁgure out if what they’ve created is strong enough to make a relationship last and if taking the chance on love is really worth the risk.