When Kimberly and Antonio met, they were adjusting to personal losses. She had lost her high-dollar financial consulting job in Manhattan. He was returning from Afghanistan with one leg missing and big challenges ahead. They met in his family’s Brooklyn diner where Kimberly was a waitress.
Kimberly had heard the son was injured and would be coming home, but he was not what she had expected. She had assumed he was a man crushed and embittered by his war injuries. Instead, Antonio Da Costa was a sexy, playful man with an inviting smile and a boyish twinkle in his eyes.
Riding home on the subway that day, she couldn’t get him out of her mind. When she closed her eyes, she could see him standing in the doorway, wearing a yellow shirt tightly stretched across his shoulders and broad chest. She hoped he would come to the diner often.
If you like sweet romance, come along as Antonio and Kimberly find their way.
Targeted Age Group:: 30 and over
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I wrote this book in honor of the many wounded warriors and the people who love them.