Will Caitlyn Montgomery and Noah Randall be able to give first love a second chance? Noah Randall was Caitlyn Montgomery’s first love. But he left Queensbay ten years ago and broke her heart. And then when her beloved grandfather died amid scandal, Caitlyn left too, vowing never to return. After a bitter break up and career set back in London, Caitlyn has returned to Queensbay to work for Maxwell Randall, an old family friend. So far, bit by bit, Caitlyn’s been rebuilding all she lost after her ex fiancé humiliated her …and tried to ruin her professional reputation. But her past comes back to haunt her when Maxwell unexpectedly turns up dead. Not only does Caitlyn find her career in jeopardy but her heart is too, when Noah, Maxwell’s son, returns to Queensbay. Once, Caitlyn was sure Noah was the one for her…but the tragedy of her grandfather’s suicide and Noah’s decision to leave town left her bereft…and determined never to trust him again. Over the past decade, she’s managed to do her best to forget about Noah Randall. But now that’s he back in town and more charming than ever, and she can’t help wondering, what if? What if Noah really was the one? Praise for Drea Stein "...I was introduced to something I enjoyed in the past with the older novels (the very first editions of Harlequin), a good story! In the first editions of romance novels you had adventure, suspense, little of the romance. This book reminded me very much of those first editions, when good writing was good writing....." - V.P. “Engrossing characters, great setting and a believable romance – I really liked this book” – Sarah H. If you’re looking for a new voice in contemporary romance and enjoy the novels of Barbara Freethy, Jude Deveraux, Susan Wiggs, Nora Roberts and Marie Force, then Drea Stein’s Rough Harbor is for you. About the Author: Drea Stein has been writing since she could hold a pencil and typing up books since she was in high school. A lover of good stories, she grew up reading Nancy Drew, Sweet Valley High before discovering the likes of Georgette Heyer, Mary Stewart and Nora Roberts. A big believer in happy endings, Andrea is married to her high school sweetheart and lives with her family in an old farmhouse, writing in the fixed up barn. When not writing, she’s playing chauffeur, reading, cooking and trying not to eat all the red Twizzlers at once.