No one said going home would be easy...
Black sheep and all around trouble maker, Betty Jo Barker is back home and hoping for a do-over. Things are finally looking up until Beau Simon comes to town. The man pushes every button she owns and manages to awaken long dead emotions she'd rather leave buried. Beneath the surface she knows she's a wreck--her scars run deep--and she can't help but wonder, is Beau Simon the one who can fix her?
Beau Simon, the brightest star in Hollywood has come to New Waterford for one reason only. He's determined to have Betty Jo Barker star in his next film. He knows she's perfect for the part, but a past encounter might prove more than a little difficult to overcome. As Beau turns on the charm, hoping to win over this complicated woman, he realizes it won't be easy.
Only time will tell if what lies beneath can ever be overcome. Or if love can heal all…
Really enjoyed the Barker triplets!
If you liked the first two books in this series, this one was just as good. You will not be disappointed! Could not put it down!
Leaves you hanging!
All 3 books leave so much hanging as to what happens. Most books have an epilogue that sums it all up but not these. Did she make the movie? Did she stay with Beau? Does Bobbie and Shane ever marry, do they have kids? Wish there was another book about all 3. What happens with their dad? What was the deal with Matt? I mean, if your going to put it in the story then explain and don't leave the reader hanging!