Two artists. Two careers on the brink of disaster.
Crippled by writer’s block, New York Times best-selling author Kristen Winters fears her career is slipping away. Her publisher’s on her back, her motivation is at an all-time low, and to bring her down even further, her beloved San Francisco apartment has been declared unsafe for habitation.
When an opportunity to relocate brings Kristen to Hope’s Ridge, she hopes the gorgeous views and welcoming townsfolk will inspire her writing. What she hasn’t anticipated is making an enemy in the form of Hope’s Ridge’s resident artist, Ryan Williamson.
For the past four months, Ryan has been floating on cloud nine. His artwork is being featured as part of an exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and he’s been offered an opportunity of a lifetime on the international stage. However, his charmed existence comes crashing down when a medical emergency sees all he has worked for come under threat.
Will Kristen and Ryan recognise how alike their circumstances are and unite to support each other, or will their rivalry become so intense that one of them will need to leave town
The Lake House at Hope's Ridge
Book Five in the Hope's Ridge Series