Widower Finn Baylor's specialty is troubled horses, not troubled people. So when Lily Jacobs shows up with her damaged horse in tow, his first instinct is to tell her to get gone. Still trying to piece himself together, the last thing he needs in his life is a woman who won't take no for an answer, especially when all he wants to do is say yes.
Reeling from the accident that nearly claimed her life and made her horse unpredictable and dangerous, Lily is desperate to find some kind of normalcy. Out of options, Lily's last hope for her horse is the brooding Finn, and despite his gruff demeanor, she's not giving up.
Though he's done his best to close himself off, Finn finds Lily getting under his skin, and her determined spirit might be the last hope for his heart.
This book is a part of the Hearts of Three Rivers: The Baylors series. Each book stands alone as a complete read, but features appearances from other family members who may have their own story to tell in a different book. Amity's stories can best be described as 'sweet western heat', and contain open door bedroom scenes, but no frank language.
Hearts of Three Rivers
Runaway Heart (Dane & Ren Maddock)
Homecoming Heart (Noah & Emma Pierce)
Secondhand Heart (Finn & Lily Jacobs)
Secret Heart (Nate & Layla Sullivan)
Lawful Heart (Banks & Norah Clarke)
Hearts of Heroes
(Military and serviceman related novellas that occur in the Three Rivers world)
The Cowboy SEAL's Bride (Lane Sutton & Miranda Davenport)
I just finished reading the Three Rivers books Runaway Heart, Homecoming Heart and Secondhand Heart. All three books were wonderful. They draw you in and keep your interest. They make you want to visit Three Rivers and be a part of the community. Thoroughly enjoyed them.
Second time is a Charm
The last of the three Baylor men to marry in this bittersweet romance. The author spends a great deal of time on character development, down to earth humor at human emotions and it was an enjoyable ride.
Best of the series!
This is probably my favorite of the three book series. The stories are a light and easy read.