He was in the middle of nowhere, doing a temp job he loved more than anything he'd done in two years, a withdrawn eight–year–old boy by his side and a woman that every man under one hundred within range got to hug and kiss except him.
Everything was making him crazy at the moment.
Andrew could see the heat of anger sparking in the honey depth of her eyes, making them look like melted toffee, and he wondered if her lips would taste sweet like toffee as well.
God, he'd known her for a week and he wanted to kiss her–badly.
Distinguished city surgeon Andrew Montgomery is the new doctor in a small town, and the new guardian to his young nephew, Cory.
The last thing he's expecting when his plane finally touches down on the red dirt of the Australian Outback is to find the “George” he'll be working with is actually Georgina Lewis.
The capable nurse is luscious curves in the all right places, with a shock of coppery curls that match her fiery personality.
Georgina is surprised too. The six plus feet of pure sex appeal and lazy smiles that steps out of the plane to meet her isn't exactly the prissy city boy she'd imagined.
Andrew is enchanted by Georgina–she is wonderful with Cory, devoted to her patients and absolutely perfect for Andrew. He never envisaged staying in the Australian Outback, but now he's not sure he wants his old life back.