Western Romance Series - USA Today Bestselling contemporary romance novel.
Is she the answer to his dreams…or the person who will be forced to destroy them?
He’s a farmer, dammit, not a bookkeeper.
When Stetson Miller inherits his father’s farm in Idaho, he’s too focused on crops and yields to pay attention to the financial side of things. The next thing he knows, he’s got a stack of unpaid bills, the bank is threatening to foreclose…and the auditor who’s come to examine his accounts is the sexiest thing he’s ever laid eyes on.
But she’s a city girl, just like the last one who left him at the altar. He’ll guard his heart – but he can’t help wanting her.
She’s checking him out…in more ways than one.
Jennifer Kendall doesn’t mind a tough job, but the handsome Stetson is trouble of a different kind. When he isn’t making her mad, he’s filling her head with all sorts of forbidden fantasies.
The sparks between them fly even faster when the road washes out and Jennifer has to spend the night on the farm. But passion alone won’t pay the bills. Can Jennifer find a way for Stetson to save his farm?
And if she can’t, will he ever forgive her?
Accounting for Love is the first novel in the Long Valley world, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong language, and oh my, sexy times. Enjoy!
Other Books by Erin Wright:
Blizzard of Love
Arrested by Love
Returning for Love
Christmas of Love
Overdue for Love
Bundle of Love
Lessons in Love
Baked with Love
Bloom of Love
Flames of Love
Inferno of Love
Fire and Love
Burned by Love
Strummin’ Up Love
Overall Good Story Line
This was a great listen! I enjoyed it. Only thing keeping it from 5 stars was the outdated (in my opinion) references towards male and female roles. I think we have come along way in feminism for such ideologies. Made me eye roll a few times. Other than that, the story line was pretty decent and characters well rounded.
Accounting for love
￼ The narrator on this book was awful. She should have just read the book and try not to be all the different characters in the story a digital reader would have been preferred.