Annapolis Harbor Book 6
How can Ava resist her best friend’s brother when she's crushed on him since childhood?
I didn’t think Alex could get any hotter, but his time at med school was good to him. Dirty blond hair. A bit of scruff across his chiseled jawline. And a body beneath those scrubs that makes me think all sorts of naughty things.
But his appeal doesn’t end there. He plays the cello for his patients and donates the proceeds he earns from playing his music back to the hospital. Alex seems to be utter perfection… and he barely notices I exist.
Or so I thought. Lately, everywhere I look he’s there. Renting a room in my bed and breakfast. Devouring my pastries. Wanting to talk every morning over coffee. Is it possible my lifelong crush finally sees me as more than his little sister’s best friend?
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