It’s so pretty and romantic (and I love the way the hero is looking at her). It’s also a splash of summer on these dreary winter days, with the lovely colors and the beach. I can’t wait until July, for oh so many reasons.
I don’t have an official blurb yet, but here’s my summary of the book:
Jasmine Stanford grew up among the upper-crust without a care in the world until her world crashed down around her and left her with nothing – no money, no home, and no parents. Years later, Jasmine’s made her own life running a successful yoga studio on Cape Cod, and she does everything she can to maintain her success and stability.
Leo Fischer is–or was—a hotshot investment banker who found himself in the middle of a workplace tragedy. The trauma wipes out every memory he ever had of his work. He can’t remember anything about the shooting or his job; he can’t even walk into the office. On the Cape to recover and hopefully return to New York, he feels lost and disoriented, without purpose or direction. Until he finds Jasmine, and then Leo starts to rebuild his life, too, but in a very different way.
Jasmine is developing more feelings for Leo than she likes – she only intended to have a fling with him, only sex, knowing he would be going back to New York and his job at some point – but she falls much harder than she counted on, and both will have to confront their pasts to find their happily ever after.
Bending over Backwards isn’t listed for sale yet, but you can be sure I’ll let you know when it is.