Stargazer by Wendy S. Marcus


Release Date: 09.02.2021


Randall Dickson is coping. Sort of. An upcoming medical eval, one that could end his military career, has him stressed and making bad choices. So when a concerned friend issues a strongly-worded “invitation” to Vermont, R.D. is all in for a change of scenery, a temporary job as a bartender, and the opportunity to shake himself out of his self-destructive routine.

Then he sets eyes on his seriously sexy new co-worker…

Lily Reynolds, an artist by day, Speakeasy’s favorite bartender at night, works hard to stay positive, unlike her surly new coworker. He may be a treat to look at, but that grumpy attitude and terse manner are not her type. So when Lily finds herself in desperate need of someone to share expenses, she convinces R.D. to rent her vacant room. There’s no way she’ll find herself falling for him.

She’d like to find the secret admirer who’s leaving her secret love notes around the bar, though. But he won’t reveal himself...
**This standalone contains: opposites who definitely attract, a workplace romance, and an opinionated French bulldog.


Wendy S. Marcus wrote a novel with an incredible smooth flow, I've flown from page to page and I've finished this story almost too quickly.

RD is a marine on medical leave who needs some help and a change of scenery so he accepts to become a bartender in Vermont. Lily is a bartender at the Speakeasy and a resin artist. They are opposites, grumpy the first and lively the latter, but they have a great physical chemistry. When they become housemate is too hard to stay away from each other and the attracrion is too strong to hide, but are they ready to begin a new relationship?

I adored the main characters and their journey. I particularly liked how this characters are not stereotypical and indeed they show their complexity and their growth during the story.

I'm fascinated by resin river tables and now I'd like to see Lily's works.


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