“I can take care of you, Nan.”
The unintentional double meaning hung in the air a moment. Nan thought she could easily drown in those gray eyes.
Check into the Damselfly Inn and fall in love with Thornton, Vermont.
When a late summer storm drops a tree branch through her roof, Thornton’s new innkeeper wonders if the quaint village is really as perfect as it seems.
Nan Grady hasn’t had time for dating, never mind romance. Hospitality is her full time job, but she can’t deny her attraction to local contractor Joss Fuller.
Joss likes things simple, until Nan and her inn disrupt his steady, small-town life.
Now there’s a honeymoon suite to remodel, a woman from Joss’s past checked in on the second floor, and a mysterious vandal targeting Nan’s home and livelihood—all conspiring to tear Nan and Joss apart.
Can the promise of new love hold them together?
Damselfly Inn is the first book in the Thornton Vermont series, contemporary romances set in and around a fictional college town in the heart of the Champlain Valley, focusing on the friendships, families, ambitions, and passions of four friends as they discover the meaning of home and true love.