Book Spotlight: The Lighthouse Inn by A.M. Kusi
The Lighthouse Inn
(Shattered Cove #4)
by A.M. Kusi
Date Released: November 12, 2020
About The Lighthouse Inn
His ambition brought them together. Her secret could tear them apart. With love on the line, will they invest in their hearts?
Innkeeper Jasmine Evans yearns to transform her struggling bed-and-breakfast into a huge success. As the single parent of a daughter conceived from a nameless one-night stand, she has no time for romantic entanglements. So when a handsome new guest arrives with a startlingly familiar face, she must guard a life-altering secret: He’s the father of her child.
Atlas Remington is on a mission to prove he’s a capable heir to his family’s empire. Determined to be named CEO over his always-successful brother, he plans to buy the inn his sibling failed to acquire. But when the attractive owner unexpectedly melts his heart, he’s forced to choose between covertly chasing the deal or earning her affection.
Reluctant to give in to her growing feelings until she reveals her daughter’s paternity, Jasmine is terrified being honest will send her new beau packing. And just as Atlas decides to forego familial respect in favor of the innkeeper’s charms, he learns devastating news that may cost him everything he’s ever wanted.
Can the wounded couple overcome their secrets and invest in happily ever after?
The Lighthouse Inn is the enthralling fourth standalone novel in the Shattered Cove romance series. If you like secret-baby suspense, small-town charm, and tantalizing tension, then you’ll adore A.M. Kusi’s absorbing read.
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About A.M. KusiA.M. Kusi is the pen name of a wife-and-husband team, Ash and Marcus Kusi. They enjoy writing romance novels that are inspired by their experiences as an interracial/multicultural couple.
Their novels are about strong women and the sexy heroes they fall in love with, are emotionally satisfying and always have a happy ending.
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