----- Renaissance Lake Book 7
With 500 people waiting inside New Orleans’ most notable landmark, the St. Louis Cathedral, she has no one to turn to in an emergency.
When Marlow-- Senator Michelle Ripley’s only daughter-- goes missing on her wedding day, law enforcement officers far and wide scramble to help.
New to town and looking forward to starting over, police officer Zachary Bowman is happy to be away from family drama and his troublesome ex-girlfriend. Starting over in the quiet little water town of Maisonville, he has found the perfect place for a stress-free life. Until he sees a silver Jaguar flying past him at 120 mph on his first week at the new job and the beautiful, difficult driver within.
When he finally stops the fast car with the spoiled rich girl, he quickly realizes that the senator’s daughter isn’t in danger, but she does have a wild temper. She’s trouble, and he’s avoiding trouble at all costs. But why does trouble have to come in such a cute package?
As annoying as he is handsome, Marlow wants nothing to do with the new goody-two-shoes cop, but she soon learns that hiding out in his town makes that almost impossible. She has nowhere else to turn and reluctantly accepts his help as she picks up the pieces of her shattered life.
When she begins to realize that there’s more to him than just his good boy persona, Marlow wonders if it’s possible to outrun her out-of-control party girl reputation and prove she has more to offer than just a pretty face. Could the hot new guy in town be exactly what she needs to become the best version of herself and find true happiness?