New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot returns with a charming romance between a children's librarian and the town sheriff in the second book in the Little Bridge Island series!
'Meg Cabot is chick-lit royalty' Newsweek
'Her trademark humour makes for compulsive reading' Publishers Weekly
Welcome to Little Bridge, one of the smallest, most beautiful islands in the Florida Keys, home to sandy white beaches, salt-rimmed margaritas, and stunning sunsets - a place where nothing goes under the radar and love has a way of sneaking up when least expected . . .
Molly Montgomery couldn't be more thrilled about starting her new life working at Little Bridge Island's brand-new library. Happy to have left her problematic ex behind on the mainland, her new life feels like heaven . . . at least until she finds a newborn baby in the library's restroom. And she begins to wonder if life in Little Bridge is really the paradise she imagined . . .
But when Sheriff John Hartwell answers Molly's 911 call, things begin to look up. He couldn't be kinder (or better looking) and handles the baby - and the hunt for its missing mother - with far more sensitivity and understanding than Molly would have expected from someone who never reads fiction. Maybe there's more to this tall, taciturn sheriff than meets the eye.
Recently divorced John Hartwell has been having trouble adjusting to single life as well as single parenthood. It doesn't help that his teenage daughter, Katie, hates Little Bridge Island and wants to move to the mainland to live with her mum.
But something in the sympathetic, smiling eyes of Molly Montgomery gives John hope that things on Little Bridge might be looking up after all - for both himself and Katie. But can two such different people ever find happiness together?
Clever, hilarious, and fun, No Offense will tug at readers' heartstrings and make them fall in love with Little Bridge Island and its unique characters once again.
Why do readers LOVE Meg Cabot?
'Meg Cabot is a fabulous author' USA Today
'[Meg Cabot] is the master of her genre' Publishers Weekly
'Cabot has a knack for hilarious dialogue and zany characters, but she also creates a story that's full of heart' Kirkus Reviews