Seven years of widowhood have made Kate Flynn a strong, independent woman who even operates her own dressmaking shop. But when her eight-year-old son, Adam, has a run-in with a burly shipbuilder, she realizes the necessity of some godly male influence in his life. Adam starts working in a warehouse owned by John Joseph OKeefe, better known as J.J., who looks out for Adam and feels a growing attraction to his young protégés mother. Kates emotions are as tumultuous as the ocean as she wonders what the future will hold.
A prolific writer, Loree Lough has more than seventy books, sixty short stories, and 2,500 articles in print. Her stories have earned dozens of industry and Readers Choice awards. A frequent guest speaker for writers organizations, book clubs, private and government institutions, corporations, college and high school writing programs, and more, Loree has encouraged thousands with her comedic approach to learned-the-hard-way lessons about the craft and industry. She and her husband, Larry, split their time between a home in the Baltimore suburbs and a cabin in the Allegheny Mountains.