The first book in USA Today bestselling author, Bronwen Evans’s flirty new contemporary romance series…
Emily Stanford’s trip to New York, and her plan to bring her orphaned goddaughter home to Coopers Creek, backfires. Hayley’s coming home but to Emily’s horror she’s hired as Hayley’s nanny and moving in with her ex-lover, Hayley’s uncle, the handsome cowboy come banker, Tyler Jeffries. He still makes her heart pound-even though four years ago he walked away from their relationship without a backward glance.
Tyler hates that he has no choice but to let Emily move in, but this is about Hayley and what she needs. He can’t believe the woman he blames for his sister’s death still fiercely fires his blood. Back in Coopers Creek, out of his comfort zone, coping with PTA meetings and white picket fences, he lets his heart’s defenses down, only to have Emily betray him again…
Coopers Creek holds painful memories for Emily and Tyler. Can they forgive each other; can the town hold a beautiful new future for them both?
Don’t miss Ric and Kate’s sizzling romance in the second novel in the Coopers Creek series - Heal Me.
“If you are a lover of romance … [Bronwen] Evans’s novels are the way to go. She constantly reminds us what passion is all about, and because she is so on point with her lively characters, you just can’t go wrong.”—RT Book Reviews
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He’s judgy much
Tyler is a cold man, a ruthless player and very, very judgmental. He punishes Emily for an accident four years ago.
When his sister died, he shut her best friend and his lover Emily out of his life.
When his mother dies, he now has custody of his seven year old niece, Hayley.
Emily has been there for Hayley every step of the way, from the day she was born. As her godmother, she’s loved her like a daughter. She even flies to New York where Tyler has uprooted Hayley to. Things are not going well for them and he finally figures he needs a nanny.
Can Tyler learn to stop being so judgmental and vindictive?
Cuz both Emily and Hayley deserve better.
He’s got a lot to atone for.
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