Reminiscing Over Rainbow Gelato
by Renee Canter Johnson
On the heels of professional failure, flavor chemist Sabrina Bianco travels to Martha’s Vineyard to reopen her parents’ ice cream parlor, hire a manager, and return to North Carolina before a co-worker snags her promotion.
Secretive about his reasons for returning, Tommy O’Brien, the man who left Sabrina and the island seven years earlier to pursue his dream photographer career, shows up to photograph the creamery for the local newspaper.
Forced to work together, will they rekindle their relationship, or is Tommy’s interest in her unique flavor creations for nefarious reasons?
by Darlene Fredette
This summer, ice cream entrepreneur Carly Redd’s only focus is expanding her business—until she’s coerced into attending her ex’s engagement party. Showing up without a date is unthinkable. She reluctantly agrees to be escorted by her brother’s co-worker, although doing so breaks her rule of not dating firefighters.
The daughter of the town’s fire chief should wear a Do Not Touch sign, but firefighter Noah Harding’s interest blazed the moment he saw Carly. Agreeing to be her fake boyfriend is a no-brainer, but convincing Carly to trust him with her heart is harder than extinguishing a fire.
Overstepping the platonic-only rule is as dangerous as fire and ice swirling into a tempting combustion.