A reclusive writer . . .
Grace Donnelley’s successful sci-fi novel is about to become a movie. She wants a vacation with her mother before filming starts, but fears her name will cause a geek riot. So she creates Grace Ward, sometimes schoolteacher and doting daughter of Sunny.
A hounded actor . . .
Bennett Oliver escapes London for a vacation with his mother. He wants to hide from the paparazzi and his brooding reputation. He takes the role of Ben Brady, successful businessman and overprotective son of Camille.
But they never counted on each other . . .
An immediate attraction, aided by their matchmaking mothers, gives Ben and Grace a vacation they never expected—and one they don’t want to lose. Upon returning to their everyday lives, they work to maintain a relationship while trying to find a way to say, “By the way, I’m famous.”
When the secrets and lies catch up with them, Ben and Grace struggle to open their lives and re-open their hearts to see if love can be their most treasured souvenir.