In her sizzling new Love Under the Big Sky series, USA TODAY bestselling author Kristen Proby sets the stage for a passionate reunion under the breathtaking Montana sky.
Cara Donovan’s summer tutoring job is turning out to be a challenge—and not just because of her troubled twelve-year-old student. It’s his uncle Josh who’s the real problem. If problem is the word for an irresistibly cocky, muscle-bound rancher with a taste for tight Levi’s and shameless flirtation...
Cara is nothing like the wallflower Josh King remembers good-naturedly teasing in high school. This Cara is gorgeous, confident, fun. From the moment the fiery teacher steps foot on his family’s Lazy K Ranch, the stubborn playboy is determined to corral her. So what happens when his luscious lover takes over the reins?
The first in a steamy trilogy, Kristen Proby’s enthralling novel is filled to the brim with one hardworking family’s triumphs and challenges, all the wild adventure of the modern West, and a whole lot of titillating fun.
This might be the best one she’s written.
I’ve read 24 books by the author (older and newer than this one) and Loving Cara has been my favorite (so far). Worth the $7.99!
I love this book!
I really enjoy reading this story, I’ve read it numerous times and I still enjoy it. I would love to read a book with updates on the couples in this series. I’ve read a few others in this series and I’m dying to read about their weddings, kids and etc.
Review: Love Under The Big Sky #1: Loving Cara
Loving Cara by Kristen Proby is the first book in her Love Under The Big Sky series. Set in Montana in a small town, this story is sweet and romantic with a little bit of drama to make the happily ever after that much more sweet.
Cara (Carolina) is a school-teacher who has just accepted a job tutoring for the summer. The student... Her high school crushes nephew. The location... said crushes home. Things build between Cara and Josh King very rapidly. They've always been friends, and her best friend's brother is his best friend.
The reason behind the nephew Seth being there is sad and makes me pretty angry. The storytelling was very good and this bumps the With Me series up my to-read list.