A MacGregor classic from “America’s favorite writer” (“The New Yorker”).
AVAILABLE DIGITALLY FOR THE FIRST TIME
Cartoonist Grant Campbell has shunned the outside world, preferring to live and work alone–until a storm brings artist Genevieve Grandeau to the door of his lighthouse. Gruff and guarded, he offers her shelter for one night, never expecting how the glamorous beauty will affect the rest of his days…
Includes an exclusive preview of Nora Roberts’s new book “The Witness.”
Gennie goes to the coast of Maine seeking solitude and a place to paint. Getting out of New Orleans, she couldn’t be reminded of her sister who she’d lost in a car accident. Blaming herself, she carried the weight. In a storm, her car breaks down and she walks to a lighthouse where she meets Grant. He’s a loner who reveals little to nothing about himself. Rude and irritable, he is annoyed with her. Gennie is drawn to his cliff where she can look out at the ocean. Everyday she goes there to paint and Grant is reeled in. Slowly, they form a bond that doesn’t feel complete. We find that Gennie is Justin and Diane’s cousin. Invited to a weekend at the MacGregor home, Gennie realizes just how little she knows about the man she fell in love with. Grant pushes her away out of fear. When Gennie realizes she can’t live without him, she returns to claim their love. I love when you aren’t quite sure where the characters stand.