A Stone's Throw
by Carol Koman
5.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Aug 13th, 2016 |
Michiko Takai wanted nothing more than to stop looking over her shoulder. It’d been four years since the MacKenzie family’s accusations regarding her late father caused her to flee Seattle. Becoming a Hawaiian dive instructor under a false name wasn’t her original intention, but with her half Pacific Islander ethnicity, she managed to blend in almost anonymously. Now, as she stood looking nothing like the former awkward adolescent she was back then, she is shocked at the sudden appearance of Stone MacKenzie’s name on her dive roster. Remembering the secret crush she’d had for the handsome heir of the family, Michiko reluctantly recruits the help of her mischievous co-worker, Ken. Their plan backfires however, when Stone is not only attracted to the vivacious new Michiko, he doesn’t even realize her true identity! As moments heat up between them however, the truth is unexpectedly revealed, causing sparks to fly. Michiko knows her father, a respected historian hired by the MacKenzies, would never have withheld the research, yet Stone believes otherwise. After Michiko’s apartment is torn apart, and a hidden statue is exposed, they must put aside their animosity in order to work together to follow the mysterious clues alluding to a treasure Stone’s mother and Michiko’s father discovered so many years ago. It seems their families share a history that could bond them forever and with a love neither knew could be possible. Will they realize the treasure before they’re forced apart once again?
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