One small-town girl and one city girl will find their true loves in two timeless romances from New York Times bestselling author Beth Harbison
Drive Me Wild
For Grace Bowes, returning home feels like facing disaster. At one time she was the town’s golden girl, but now she’s a single mom just struggling to make ends meet. She knows she has to find a job, and her first interview is with none other than Luke Stewart, the man who once made her heart beat madly—before she married someone else. Luke has always been the one who made her wonder: What if…? But now she has to convince him she’s worth the risk.
To police chief Dan Duvall, Beldon’s annual "Rocky Top Chili Cook-Off" is nothing but trouble. It’s always the same story—the locals get rowdy and his sleepy little town gets overrun with tourists—and this year is no exception. This time, though, all Dan’s annoyance seems linked to one visiting New Yorker: the gorgeous and whip-smart Josephine Ross. Dan definitely isn’t looking to have his heart broken by another city girl, but something about Josie has him wondering if it’s time to take his chances.