A Green Mountain Romance
Marie Force is the New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling, award-winning author of more than twenty-five contemporary romances, including the Green Mountain series, the McCarthys of Gansett Island series, the Fatal series, the Treading Water series and numerous stand-alone books. While her husband was in the U.S. Navy, Marie lived in Spain, Maryland and Florida, and she is now settled in her home state of Rhode Island. She is the mother of two teenagers and two feisty dogs, Brandy and Louie.
There’s a budding romance on Butler Mountain, but in the hornets’ nest known as the Abbott family, keeping a secret is no easy feat
Colton Abbott and Lucy Mulvaney have a secret. Colton’s nosy siblings have begun to put the pieces together, but it’s not like Lucy to keep things from those closest to herespecially her best friend, Cameron, who recently moved to Vermont to live with her true love, Will. But Lucy isn’t about to tell Cam she’s having a fling
with Will’s brother.
Flitting between New York and Vermont is exhausting, so Lucy is looking forward to a long weekend with Colton at the Abbott family lake house in Burlington. Too bad Will and Cameron have the same idea, and once Colton and Lucy are caught red-handed (and red-faced), will their clandestine romance lose its appeal or will their secret beginnings be the start of something lasting?
Includes a bonus Green Mountain short story!
Praise for All You Need is Love
"If you're looking for a heartwarming, feel-good story to lose yourself in for a few hours, than this is one book you should look into!"– Night Owl Reviews "Marie Force has written a memorable love story full of great humor, a wonderful town of quirky characters and a fantastic HEA! Entertaining to say the least!" –ReaderToReader.com "All You Need is Love the quintessential romance and, boy, does it deliver!" –RT Book Reviews (4 Stars) "How can you not love the Abbotts? What an awesome, loving family. I can't wait for the rest of the series! And the gospel according to Elmer Stillman was both hilarious and insightful." –Criminal Minds Romantic Hearts Blog