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I never expected to meet the woman of my dreams in a coffee shop. Especially when she’s a famous Hollywood actress and I’m nothing but an overworked, underpaid barista.

Only I already have someone special—my son. Providing for him and getting through college are my top priorities. Dating while juggling single fatherhood isn’t.

Cora Bentley deserves a partner who can offer her the world. But the heart wants what it wants, and mine won’t stop beating for hers.

I should walk away. It’s what’s best, even if she won’t admit it. But I can’t bring myself to do so. Not when she’s everything I could ever want.

Not when she could be our one good thing.



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“Is everything okay?” Phone in hand, I follow his shouts, careful and unsure of what I’ll find in the kitchen.

Great flood! That’s a lot of water!

My hottie barista splashes through what has to be a good two to three inches of standing water, his shirt soaked as he ducks under the industrial sink and cuts off the valve. Water continues to spill over the sides even after he stops the faucet. “Crap.” He stands and glances around at the mess, his face pinching with what appears to be guilt.

“Did you . . .” My question gets caught in my throat because hot server guy takes this moment to remove his soaked shirt.

Good Lord.


Come to mama.

His tattoos weave and vine across his chest and a faint dusting of hair trails from his belly button down to the waistband of his black jeans. “My boss is gonna kill me.” He slams his eyes shut and exhales a breath before glancing over to where I’m still ogling his half-naked body. “I’m sorry. I’ve got to clean this up.”

“Let me help.” I step forward, water soaking through my designer shoes, and grab the mop and bucket near the door.

“I can’t let you. It’s my fault. I left the water on and forgot all about it.” He walks forward and reaches for the mop, his hands brushing mine in the exchange.

“I insist.” My fingers tighten before he can pull it out of reach. “I want this.” I intend to be firm, decisive, but somehow my words come out throaty and sensual. As if I’m asking for more. But aren’t I?


Cora is a successful actress who has finally gotten the role of her dreams but the same can’t be said for her personal life. She is attracted to Isaac which makes her a regular at the coffeeshop where he works and the chemistry between them ignites.

Isaac is a man with a lot on his plate which includes working full time, attending school and being a single father to his son who has more needs than most. When he meets Cora there is no denying the attraction between them, but he feels that she deserves so much more than he can give her.

These characters were everything you could want and more. Cora is just a good person who is always looking out for those she cares about and just wants the best for Isaac and his son while Isaac always puts his son and family first with no thought of the consequences to himself. The connection between them goes far beyond the physical as they support each other through all the obstacles that life throws at them.


Kacey Shea is a USA Today bestselling author of steamy contemporary romance. She enjoys writing strong and smart heroines, heroes with hearts of gold, and stories that deliver a satisfying, well-earned happily ever after.

When she’s not writing you will find her playing Uber to one of her three children, drinking iced tea by the gallon, or planning her next escape from the Arizona heat.

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