September Storm by Brenda Jernigan

When Danielle Kapur, an advertising rep in San Antonio, decides to fly to Sea Horse Island, North Carolina. She figures two things might happen – she will have one last fling with her ex-fiancé who she hasn’t seen in eighteen months or they will figure out their problems and live happily ever after. She wants someone who will commit – not another playboy. What she doesn’t expect is drinking too much and ending up in bed with a stranger.

Adrian Massimino, CEO of Mass Enterprises, stands on the balcony of his beachfront home staring at the dark clouds massing on the horizon. This is typical of the way his life was been going lately: a beautiful new home, a white sandy beach, and it’s going to rain like hell all weekend. At least he doesn’t have a nagging female wanting commitment from him – which usually stems from his money. He’s had one cheating wife. From now on its no-strings attached.

Hurricane Fran hits the North Carolina coast forcing Adrian and Dani to spend the weekend together. Their passionate natures are building much
like the storm outside until neither can resist the intensity of their attraction.

Adrian tells Dani goodbye and she returns back to her San Antonio home, reminding herself that Adrian warned her that he wanted no strings attached.

However there is one string attached . . . Dani is pregnant. Now faced with more responsibility Dani decides to start her own advertising agency. She doesn’t need a man in her life . . . especially Adrian Massimino.

FOUR STARS! All-in-all, Jernigan has written a terrific romance that readers will read more than once. (I sure will.) Well written, a good pace, and interesting characters add up to make this story a winner! **** Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews