EVERYONE KNEW . . .
Corbet, Vermont, was nearly paradise. And Chelsea Clark and Walker Jordan could only agree to disagree about what to do to perfect it.
Soon their beloved town split down the middle over that very question. Walker's half of the town was as determined as he was to keep Corbet in peaceful obscurity. Chelsea's half was equally insistent on securing the town's rightful place in the history books and the public eye.
Now, as everyone else in Corbet picked sides for a battle that would make the American Revolution look like an overblown family squabble, Chelsea and Walker realized that if they couldn't find common ground, there would be trouble in paradise.
Harlequin American Romance - # 397