Finding Eden by Jennifer Mancini
Having it all isn't always what it's cracked up to be. As the only daughter of a famous folk singer and fiancée of a Wall Street hotshot (British accent included) Eden Shane knows a little something about the sweet life. With nothing but a glorious, stress free summer in her brand new beach house in Montauk on the agenda, she's never been happier. But when lightning strikes and sexy as sin contractor Jon "Call me Mac" Macintyre unexpectedly strolls into her perfectly blissful cookie-cutter world of privilege, all Eden's grand plans are instantly turned on their head. In one single night her entire universe takes a drastic left turn she never saw coming, causing a domino effect of twists and turns that have her questioning everything she ever believed about life, love, and the laws of attraction. With Mac's help Eden quickly comes to realize that she can never really have it all until she figures out what it is she truly wants for herself. But sometimes finding yourself means taking the chance of losing everything you thought you cared about the most in the process. And it's time for Eden to finally decide whether or not her own happiness is worth the risk
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