SLOW SUMMER BURN (Star Harbor #4)
Cameron Stahl has everything, so why does she feel like her life is incomplete? A beautiful Boston socialite and a successful entrepreneur, she’s just opened her second boutique in Star Harbor and business is booming. But one searing look from Val Grayson sends fire through her body and shows her exactly what’s missing from her life: a real man who doesn’t play games and who makes her feel like the most desired woman on earth.
DEA agent Val Grayson has always looked after his brothers. Now it’s his turn to find love—though Cam is the last sort of woman he ever dreamed he’d fall for. When courageous Cam realizes she has the insider connections to help Val take down a major drug player within Boston’s political elite, he can’t stop her from putting herself in danger. But as the drug bust of his career looms, all Val cares about is saving the woman he loves before it’s too late.
What readers are saying about Slow Summer Burn:
“If only Star Harbor were a real place; the town is charming and Barrett perfectly captures that New England beach town feel. . . . [It’s] a beachy kind of Stars Hollow, filled with people whose company make everything seem more special. I wouldn’t mind going back again.” — Heroes and Heartbreakers
“My biggest issue with Slow Summer Burn is that it is about the LAST Grayson brother.” – Kindles & Wine
“This book was like a breath of fresh air. I was stuck in a rut where the books had instalove and so much angst, my chest felt congested. However, Elisabeth Barrett came along and absolutely thrilled me with this last installment to the Star Harbor series.” — Under the Covers
“I don’t think I could have asked for a better ending to this series. . . . My one wish [is] that this isn’t the last we’ve seen of Star Harbor!” — Contemporary Romance Café
“A great book and a wonderful series . . . I suggest you all give them a read.” — Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales and Fantasy
“I have enjoyed this series immensely and I am sad to see it end. I look forward to what Ms. Barrett has in store for us next!” — From the TBR Pile
290 pages, 85,000 words. ISBN: 978-0-345-54169-7. Published August 12, 2013.