As if it were that easy--and in any case Nicola doubted that it would solve all her problems. Her love life to date had been one big series of disasters.
And she didn't need any distractions. Nicola was spending the summer in Newfoundland for one reason only--to write her novel. A romance didn't figure into the equation.
She tried to keep to her schedule but with a neighbor like Trent Livingstone it wasn't easy. She'd made it perfectly clear that despite how attractive she found him, she just wasn't interested. So why did Trent, who seemed to go out of his way to be unpleasant, keep invading her thoughts and the pages of her story?