After losing her father, Hannah steps up to keep her family together, but her stubborn, independent streak may cost her the family farm. When her home goes up for auction, her father's friend, Bryce Callahan, saves the day. Why can't she say thank you?
She didn't want to be attracted to him, and she certainly didn't want to stare into his steely gray eyes. She didn't want to kiss his lips, and yet the chemistry was undeniable.
There was just one problem. Would Bryce be able to see her as the woman she'd become instead of the girl he once knew? And what would he want in exchange for saving the farm? Book 1 in "The Hawthorne Sisters" series.
This was a great down to earth read. It didn't over romance things and used some conflict to build a better ending.
Not very well written
I felt like I was reading a high school students novel. So many times I put this book down, I don't like to leave things undone so I finished but it never got better.
Hannah - Hawthorne Sisters
Really enjoyed the book. My only disappointment was when it was over.