"Smart, sexy, funny and touching. . .I loved this book." –Susan Wiggs
In this exciting new series, author Susan Fox welcomes you to Caribou Crossing, a small western town made for love and adventure. . .
For Evan Kincaid, the best thing about his dusty hometown was watching it fade into the distance. Jessica Bly was the only one who didn't treat him like an outsider, and their friendship ended with one mind-blowing night of young passion. Now they've both got the lives they planned—Evan in New York, Jess with her beloved horses in Caribou Crossing. But business has brought Evan back to Jess's Crazy Horse ranch on a mission that could destroy whatever's left of her trust.
Ten years ago, Jess wanted one perfect night to remember Evan by. What she got was a broken heart and a secret that's kept them strangers ever since. The boy she knew was sexy and sweet; the man he's become leaves her breathless. And no matter how much she tells herself that country girl and city boy don't belong together, in her heart she wants to believe his home has been right here all along. . .
"You can't go wrong picking up a Susan Fox book." --Romance Reviews Today
Fox follows kickoff e-novella Caribou Crossing with a full-length paean to the virtues of rural life and family bonds. Evan Kincaid fled western Canada and an unhappy home life for Cornell University and then N.Y.C., making his fortune as an investment counselor. When he s sent to appraise a business opportunity at a Canadian resort ranch, Evan is unexpectedly reunited with T.J. Cousins, his former lover. T.J. inspires Evan to help heal family wounds and encourages him to engage with his emotions, contrasting with Evan s girlfriend, Cynthia, a shallow, city-dwelling corporate finance attorney. Descriptions of the ranch s amenities provide an advertisement for the beauties of the British Columbian interior and the joys of country living. Aside from a convenient contrived event that forces T.J. to reveal her most closely held secret, plot surprises are minimal and romantic tension is low.