When is a chance meeting not by chance? Maybe when you hide who you are. The night before Lily Robles announces she's running for Congress, she meets a handsome stranger at a coffee shop. Their chemistry is strong, and not wanting to scare him off, she avoids telling him she's a local politician. She doesn't want the night to end--until she realizes he's one of her opponents in the primary. Jack Bengston can't place where he's seen Lily's pretty face. He's taken with her, and he's sure the feeling is mutual--until she leaves him hanging and without her number. When Jack and Lily meet again as candidates, California State Senator John Bengston and Sonoma County Supervisor Ursula Robles, they find an awkward romantic encounter is no way to kick-off a campaign, but how do you stop an attraction once it starts? There are times when politicians want to put their identities aside.
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Published November 9, 2013
by Posit Publishing.
Romance, Literature & Fiction.