When her boss runs away with her boyfriend, single mom Lacey Clark finds herself broke and jobless in idyllic Indigo Beach, South Carolina, while sharing a lighthouse with a handsome movie star, and she’s dangerously falling in love with it all.
Lacey had a taste of Hollywood, and for her it was kind of
bitter. Reinventing herself as a personal assistant has been better for her as
a single mom, but when her actress boss flees her movie set to run away with
Lacey’s actor boyfriend, Callum, her life takes another unexpected turn. She's
grateful when Callum’s agent takes pity on her and lets her stay on in the
lighthouse his client rented for the summer. Unfortunately, Callum has sublet
the place to Beau Wilder, his replacement in the movie and one of the most
famous—and handsome—actors on Earth. At first Beau is ready to toss Lacey out
on her ear, but he doesn’t have the heart when he realizes she has Henry, her 5-year-old
son, with her. A mutual attraction blazes into a relationship, but Lacey and
Beau each have baggage, a few secrets and a long-lost connection to Indigo
Beach. Denying that they're having an affair, Lacey and Beau explain her
presence by claiming a long-standing family friendship, which becomes an
increasingly complicated cover once Lacey starts working as babysitter for the
movie’s director and their personal and professional lines begin to blur. When
their secrets begin to surface and their cover unravels, Beau and Lacey are at
a crossroads. Beau can’t stay on Indigo forever, and Lacey and Henry never want
to leave. Beau’s next picture is waiting, and Lacey needs to figure out who she
is before she hands her heart over to another actor. Doesn’t she? Kramer’s (Sweet Talk Me, 2014, etc.) second foray
into contemporary romance is filled with smart, believable characters and
fresh, witty storytelling.
A sexy, poignant romance wrapped in Southern charm and lightly accented with Hollywood glamour.