Kiss Me in the Rain

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Like Savannah, the planned city she calls home, Serena Hayes has constructed a life where everything is neat and compartmentalized. A life that insulates her from past hurts. A life that adheres to the blueprint she’s drawn. She has turned her back on the nebulous lines of political life, seeking a world where edges are precise and cleanly cut. The daughter of an ambassador, she is all too familiar with the negotiating and manipulating that characterizes life in the Beltway. This life has betrayed her—twice. It took her father’s life and nearly stole her identity.

Senator Ian Cavanaugh is everything Serena has vowed to avoid. Not only is he a politician, but his family is a political dynasty. He has recently inherited a dilapidated mansion in Savannah, and Serena is the engineer he hires to evaluate the structural repairs. Despite her attempts to push him away, Senator Charming seems determined to insinuate himself into her life and demolish the walls she’s constructed around her heart.

This story is a “sweet” or “clean” romance with strong family and community themes.

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