Author J. M. Bronston shares Summer on the Cape

Summer On The Cape

New York City-based portrait artist Allie Randall’s career is taking off. With a major show coming up, it’s not the best time for her to leave town. Nonetheless, she’s persuaded to spend the summer on Cape Cod, creating seascapes for an important client. Soon the city girl finds herself seduced by the bayside beaches, the dunes, the Provincetown art scene—and of course, the glorious light. But there’s one distraction she didn’t expect: her accommodations come with a caretaker…

A jack-of-all-trades, Zach Eliot is too handsome for his own good—and Allie’s. But he seems to have a huge chip on his shoulder, and Allie can’t help but take it personally. She might not know what’s bugging him, but there’s no mistaking their mutual attraction. How is she supposed to get any work done when they keep bumping heads—and all she can do is daydream about spending the rest of the summer in his arms?…

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About the Author

Joan Myra Bronston grew up in New York City, married her college sweetheart, and went with him to Germany for a year while he was in the Army and where she worked as a telex operator and mail clerk. They then moved to Austria where Joan spent five years teaching at an international school. She is the mother of three wonderful girls and the grandmother of a super-wonderful grandson. Joan was also a secretary, social investigator, and psychiatric researcher, before entering law school and eventually becoming a corporate attorney. In addition to her years in Europe, Joan has lived in Pittsburgh, Chicago, and, for 18 years, Salt Lake City. At last, she has closed the circle and returned to her first and most beloved—New York City.

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