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Sweet Dreams

Ever since her twin became a singing sensation, Sky Hampton has struggled to be appreciated for who she is—apart from her sister. She wards off Aspen’s fans, who beg for autographs and selfies everywhere Sky goes. She can’t even find a guy who likes her for her. Sky flees to the small coastal town of Indigo Bay in hopes of blending in and building her blossoming career.

Jace Fisher is the textbook definition of the strong silent type—nobody can break through his tough exterior. He has suffered more than his fair share of tragedies, and to protect his shattered heart, he pushes everyone away. Jace spends his days fixing the Indigo Bay cottages, and his nights… nobody really knows. He keeps to himself.

When Jace shows up to fix Sky’s AC, he barely notices her and she’s distracted with settling in. It takes an emergency situation to get them talking, and when they do, the two find they have more in common than first appeared. As their attraction grows, defenses soar. Will they be able to risk love when they’ve both been burned in the past?

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Sweet Dreams is part of the Indigo Bay Sweet Romance series, a series by multiple bestselling sweet romance authors!

Excerpt of Sweet Dreams

Jace Fisher dug through his toolbox, grumbling about the AC at the dark blue cottage. He needed to convince Dallas it was time to replace the unit. Jace could only do so much for a machine on its last legs, and with a new resident calling on her first day, it just looked bad for the whole resort.

He stuck the tools he needed into his smaller box and headed outside. Jace lowered his baseball cap in hopes of avoiding eye contact with everyone he came across—though most of the regulars knew he preferred to keep to himself and usually respected that.

When he came to the dark blue cottage, he set the toolbox down and knocked. “Here to fix the AC!”

The door opened, and in front of him stood a tall, slender brunette with enchanting deep brown eyes. Their gazes locked, and Jace studied her. She seemed familiar, like he knew her, but he was certain he’d never met her before. He’d have remembered those eyes. Of that much he was sure.

He cleared his throat and stuck out his hand. “Jace Fisher. I’m here to fix your AC unit.”

She shook his hand. Hers was so smooth and soft, and it smelled fruity and sweet. He quickly pulled his hand away.

“Thank you.” A tiny, fluffy dog ran to her feet and she scooped it up. “I don’t know what happened,” she said quickly. “It made all these noises, and then just went out. Oh, I’m Sky Hampton.”

Hampton. Why did that seem familiar?

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