Laney can't wait to spend the summer at her father's lake resort. It's a place where time stands still and thing ever changes-the perfect thing for Laney after the year she just had. But when she gets there, she discovers the lodge isn't quite as unchanging as she once thought. Some of the differences are good, like Rory's new look; some are bad, like whatever secret Karissa is keeping. And then some things are just confusing, like Weston. Weston, her mysterious new co-worker, who is the cause of so many of the changes Laney hates. She wants to despise him, but she can't deny the attraction she feels, r the desire she has to be around the one person who didn't kw her before the summer-the one person she doesn't have to pretend for.
Rachel Bateman is a writer and editor who spends too much time thinking she can out-bake the Cake Boss. (Spoiler: she can't.) She lives in the middle of Montana but dreams of the ocean. When not writing, editing, or reading books, she can be found playing with her husband, young son, and small zoo of pets. 99 Days of Laney MacGuire is her first novel.