Fiona Paxton left Sunset Beach shortly after high school to become a successful fashion designer in Los Angeles. But lately, she has become disillusioned with her job and the men in her life. A reunion at Sunset Beach brings about an opportunity to change her life along with three of her best friends. They decide to buy a long closed inn and renovate it into an upscale resort and spa.
Fiona meets Trip, who also left a disappointing life to become a bee keeper. Their connection is hot, but can it lead to love?
Sunset Nights is Book 2 in the Sunset Beach Romance Series, but acts as a stand-alone. It is a short get in and get out story perfect for summer. Although the beach romance has pretty much been played out over the last several years, Sunset Nights brings a fresh approach. Well written, an interesting plot, and enticing characters make this story a winner. I look forward to reading the other stories in this series.
Fiona Paxton left Sunset Beach the day she graduated from high school and never looked back. Working as a fashion designer in Los Angeles California is all she ever wanted.
Ten years later, Fiona wants more than money—she wants a caring man. Not one who worries more about how white his teeth are or if his spray tan needs a touch up, than he does about her.
Trip Delacruz gave up the big city to settle down in Sunset Beach tending his bees and making honey.
One look at Fiona and Trip is hooked. Her chestnut hair and blues eyes sparkle when she talks about the Sunset Beach Resort renovation. He would give anything if Fiona looked at him the way she does at the sunset every night.
Stands Alone: yes