Welcome to the small town of Elm Ridge, Kentucky, where you’ll swoon, smile, and fall helplessly in love with the Green family.
Horseman Jaxon Green has decided to open his top notch thoroughbred training facility to kids for a few weeks this summer. Days before the camp’s grand opening, his cook walks out. There is only one person available to come to his rescue: Willow Daniels, his little sister’s best friend. Except she’s overqualified. He needs a cook, not a licensed nutritionist.
She’s also way too attractive. How is he supposed to resist her while they’re working side by side? If only the big brother’s code and hands off rule didn’t apply in the kitchen.
Each book in the KENTUCKY GREEN small town romance series can be read on its own.
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Sweet sunshine read
Second book in this series and new to me author. Very light, enjoyable read. This book could definitely be geared for younger romance readers. Very small amount of angst, mystery and with the requisite HEA. Good, light, sunshine, beach read.
Jaxon and Willow together, at last
Willow is a nurse specializing in nutrition. BFFs with Sophia Green, she’s practically adopted into the extensive Green family. However, she feels anything but sisterly about Jaxon, Sophia’s brother. Stepping in when Jaxon finds himself in need of a cook for his riding camp, Willow attempts to provide nutritionally sound meals, but has little grasp of making them taste good. Enter Audrey, and a couple of the camp kids to help her out. As the story unfolds, it turns out Willow has been secretly in love with Jaxon for a long time, while, also secretly, he has the same feelings for her. As their feelings unfold, they make plans to foster 4 kids, siblings, whom they came to care for during their time at camp.
Second in the Kentucky Green lineup, this was really enjoyable. I am looking forward to the next family member’s story.
Wonderful small town series
I just can’t get enough of these books from Olivia Sands about the Green family. Jaxon and Willow have been in love with each other for years, but Jaxon considers her off-limits. She’s Sophia’s, his sister’s, best friend and now she’s his employee. This book will have you rooting for a happy ending, so grab your copy and get ready to fall in love with the residents of Elm Ridge, Kentucky. Although, there’s a tough subject in this book, I loved how this author handled it.