The real thing or just rented for the summer?
Cressida Avery wants to spend the months before her junior year in college healing the wounds from her last disastrous relationship.
Everything changes when Garrison Light comes to town and buys a house. He’s handsome, wealthy and a “weekender” from the city. Weekenders look down on the locals and the resentment is mutual.
Something in him calls out to her. Garrison is not like the others, not by a long shot and, even knowing he’ll be gone by Labor Day, Cress still can’t fight her desire to be with him. But nothing about Garrison is what it appears to be on the surface.
Can Garrison help Cress get over Aaron? And will Cress need to get over Garrison?