This is a really lovely romance with lots of tension, but not too much sexuality for those who like their romances spicy but not hot.
Cara is still smarting from her last boyfriend. He was a musician, and ran her thru the wringer. So much so, that she moved to Seattle to start over. Now she swears that artists are off the playing field. She wants someone financially stable, who can offer her a future. But she can't seem to get Ben, a painter and ceramics artist, off her mind. And he can't seem to stop thinking of her, even though it seems like someone is trying to keep them apart.
This indie work is why I keep reading them. It is well-formatted, the characters are strong and well-developed. Dialogue is good. Story line is strong. There are maybe a half dozen grammar errors, but that's all that I found which is rare indeed for indie work. The story is sweet and draws you in. You feel Cara's pain as her thoughts battle her instincts. If you want a nice feel-good romance, this will satisfy.